Several thousand people marched in Budapest Sunday to demand press freedom and protest against the sudden closure of Hungary's top-selling political daily Nepszabadsag which had criticised the government. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been attacked abroad for clamping down on opposition as well as for stifling basic freedoms and the paper's closure is viewed by critics as the latest example of his crackdown.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Sunday he was ready to lead his Fidesz party in 2018 national elections, aiming to become prime minister for a third consecutive term.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Prime Minister Viktor Orban's chief of staff on Thursday rejected criticism of the Hungarian government by the U.S. ambassador to Budapest, saying her remarks amounted to interference in Hungary's affairs.
Demonstrators crowded the Hungarian capital of Budapest Monday night to protest a new constitution they declared “anti-democratic.” Many demanded Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s resignation. Protesters gathered outside the State Opera...
MISKOLC, Hungary (Reuters) - Thousands of Hungarians protested on Wednesday against reforms of the education system by Prime Minister Viktor Orban's center-right government that they consider oppressive and heavy-handed.