Peter Marki-Zay, who is leading the anti-Orban alliance, told Newsweek the next election in Hungary "is really a matter of life or death."
Hungary's main doctors' association on Friday urged Hungarians not immunised against COVID-19 to stay away from mass rallies this weekend amid a rise in cases across central Europe.
Hungary's government opposes a tax Brussels wants to impose on home and car owners on the grounds of fighting climate change and is committed to protecting the achievements of its scheme to reduce household utility bills, the prime minister's chief of staff said on Thursday.
The European Union is facing mounting pressure from its own lawmakers to withhold funds to Poland as an ongoing spat between Warsaw and Brussels intensifies.
The European Commission President said that a speedy transition to clean energy would make the EU less reliant on natural gas imports.
Hungary’s central bank faced pressure from the government to hike interest rates more quickly on Tuesday, as it meets to decide its policy response to inflation that has hit a nine-year high.
Hungary should strengthen ties with the European Union, put its economy on a path to adopting the euro currency and join the European Public Prosecutor's Office to root out corruption, the opposition's joint prime ministerial candidate told Reuters.
A surge in price growth in eastern Europe has opened a rift between central banks that have launched rate hikes to battle inflation and populist governments trying to defend a strong economic recovery.
Talks for the transaction are being led by Hungary’s Innovation and Technology Ministry.
Conservative mayor Peter Marki-Zay emerged as the winner of Hungary’s historic primary election ahead of Klara Dobrev, who was supported by the leading opposition party Democratic Coalition (DK), amid record turnout.
Small-town conservative Peter Marki-Zay, a political outsider with no party affiliation, will go head-to-head with Prime Minister Viktor Orban next year for leadership of Hungary after on Sunday winning an opposition run-off primary.
Peter Marki-Zay, the small-town mayor who will take on Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Hungary’s 2022 election, figures his conservative, family-man persona will leave nationalist Orban floundering in next year’s vote.
Hungarians will choose between leftist European lawmaker Klara Dobrev and conservative “outsider” Peter Marki-Zay in a primary this weekend to lead an unprecedented joint opposition bid to oust Prime Minister Viktor Orban in 2022 elections.
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban backed his Czech counterpart Andrej Babis' s re-election bid on Wednesday (29 September), making a display of the close ties between the two central European leaders who have supported each other in disputes with the EU, write Robert Muller and Jan Lopatka.
An academic and LGBT activist in Hungary is among the word's 100 most influential people, according to Time magazine, for her work on a children's book that set in motion a debate over human rights in the Central European country.
Central Europe's right-wing, anti-EU governments are becoming a key battleground in the bloc’s desire to expand and integrate a continent long riven by discord. A victory by pro-EU parties in the Czech Republic lets Brussels breathe a bit easier.
Hungary's government has submitted a revised offer to acquire Budapest Airport from its foreign owners, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday, as part of efforts to take back into state hands what Budapest sees as national interests.
The dispute over the ruling by Poland's constitutional court that the country's laws have primacy over those of the European Union rumbled on Saturday as Hungary, France and Germany came out in support of different sides.
After losing out in the first round of the primaries to frontrunner Klara Dobrev, Budapest’s liberal mayor Gergely Karacsony has announced his withdrawal from the race to support outsider, conservative small-town mayor Peter Marki-Zay on October 8, according to local media.
The mayor of Hungary’s capital on Friday announced he would withdraw from a primary contest which will choose a joint opposition nominee to challenge right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban, ending his candidacy in a race in which he was once considered the frontrunner.
Hungarian opposition parties are facing a major crisis in the midst of their historic primary election to decide who will be the leader of their joint ticket against Prime Minister Viktor Orban's radical rightwing Fidesz party in spring 2022.
The leading candidate to spearhead the opposition challenge to Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Hungary's parliamentary elections said on Wednesday the contest would be about "Orban or Europe", with Hungary's access to European Union funds at stake.
Budapest mayor Gergely Karacsony and Peter Marki-Zay, in a bid to unseat Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban next year, joined forces for the second round of opposition primaries, they announced at a joint news conference on Monday.