Still Little Threat From The Left

May 2011
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;May2011, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p1
Country Report
The article focuses on the political condition in Hungary in 2011, and the political outlook of Business Monitor International Ltd. (BMI) for the country. It states that the Fidesz government under Prime Minister Viktor Orban has received criticisms after adopting a new mass media law on the supervision of all public news programming by a media council. It also says that BMI expects the victory of the Fidesz party in the parliamentary elections in early 2014 despite the drop of its popularity.


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