Opposition loses in emotive election
- How Orbï¿½n's slow response to the far right cost him a handshake. Haraszti, Mikl�s // Budapest Business Journal;02/18/2002, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p20
Comments on the issues related to the refusal of the U.S. White House to grant a photo-op campaign to prime minister Viktor Orbï¿½n in Hungary. Reason for the refusal of the U.S. White House; Factors that trigger the need for a demarcation pledge of the Hungarian premier; Opinion on the...
- OrbÃ¡n: Hungary "most united country in Europe". // Hungary A.M.;3/17/2014, p5
The article reports on Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor OrbÃ¡n's campaign for the upcoming parliamentary elections in April 2014, claiming that the country is the most united in Europe because of the parliamentary majority held by the coalition party.
- Hungarians outside Hungary might strenghten OrbÃ¡n's power base. // Hungary A.M.;05/31/2013, p7
The article reports that Hungary Prime Minister Viktor Orban's power will possibly remain due to a Hungarian government programme that would grant ethnic Hungarians abroad the right to vote. Almost half a million members of diaspora have applied for Hungarian citizenship, giving them the right...
- THE WORLD ON A PAGE. Varadarajan, Tunku // Newsweek;1/23/2012, Vol. 159 Issue 4, p6
The article offers international news briefs as of January 23, 2012. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor OrbÃ¡n was targeted by the chants of protesters in Budapest, Hungary. Four Iranian nuclear scientists have been killed between 2011 and 2012. Prime Minister David Cameron of Great Britain...
- Despite Austrian uproar, Hungary courts far-right. Jordan, Michael J. // Christian Science Monitor;2/24/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 64, p7
Reports on the support of Prime Minister of Hungary Victor Orban for Austria's Freedom Party leader Jorg Haider, and the European Unions careful watch of both men.
- OUR DEAR FRIEND VIKTOR ORBAN. // Opinion Piece in Macedonian Press;12/11/2013, p1
The article presents the author's views on Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who turned toward nationalism and realized that the past and myths have greater importance for the majority of Hungarians than the present.
- OrbÃ¡n: More funding for culture, science. // Hungary A.M.;11/18/2013, p1
The article focuses on the declaration made by the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor OrbÃ¡n, while attending the opening ceremony of natural science research center at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, for expansion of funding on cultural, intellectual and scientific pursuits.
- Anti-Semitic Party Finishes Third in Hungarian Elections. // Israel Faxx;4/ 7/2014, Vol. 22 Issue 73W, p6
The article reports that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on April 7, 2014 that a weekend poll victory gave him a clear mandate to continue his mission.
- DK accuses gov't of scheme to quit the EU. // Hungary A.M.;8/29/2014, p6
The article discusses deputy leader of Democratic Coalition PÃ©ter NiedermÃ¼ller's comments on Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor OrbÃ¡n's government's decision to quit the European Union.