EU chief ‘concerned’ about Hungary virus emergency law | AFP

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen expresses concern over a coronavirus emergency law in Hungary that has given nationalist premier Viktor Orban sweeping powers.

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EU warns virus-era political reforms must be ‘limited’ | AFP

The European Commission says that coronavirus emergency measures by EU countries must be “limited”, after Hungary’s nationalist leader Viktor Orban took on sweeping powers.

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EU’s Ursula von der Leyen welcomes Hungarian PM Viktor Orban to Brussels | AFP

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban meets with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in Brussels. IMAGES

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban welcomes Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Budapest  | AFP

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban welcomes Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during an official ceremony in the capital Budapest. IMAGES

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Romania, Hungary recruit in Asia to fill labour shortage | AFP

Sporting yellow helmets, some 30 men are busy on a construction site south of Bucharest, exchanging a few words in Vietnamese. Faced with a growing labour shortage, which threatens their economies, Romania and Hungary alike are courting Asian workers, belying Hungarian nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s anti-immigration rhetoric.

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Thousands protest in Budapest against controversial ‘slave law’

Thousands took to the streets of Budapest for the fourth consecutive day after lawmakers approved a controversial amendment to labor laws proposed by Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Fidesz party.

Critics have accused the proposed legislation of being a ‘slave law’ which would allow an increase in overtime working hours and bypass labour unions in overtime work negotiations.

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Erdogan arrives in Hungary for state visit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrives for a two-day state visit to Hungary where is greeted by Hungarian President Janos Ader at the presidential palace. During his visit Erdogan will meet with Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Budapest. The Hungarian leader was one of the first to congratulate Erdogan on his re-election in July and one of the few European officials to attend the inauguration ceremony in Ankara. IMAGES

Macron and Orban hold bilateral talks in Sofia

French President Emmanuel Macron and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban hold bilateral talks in Sofia as European Union leaders meet their Balkan counterparts to hold out the promise of closer links to counter Russian influence, while steering clear of openly offering them membership. IMAGES

Hungary’s ‘Orbanization’?: EU’s ‘troublemaker’ claims third consecutive victory

Viktor Orban has claimed a decisive victory and is set for a third consecutive term as Hungarian prime minister, after preliminary results show his Fidesz party taking a majority of at least 134 seats in the 199-seat parliament.

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EU’s Juncker ‘will congratulate’ Orban on Hungary election win

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker will write to Hungary’s Viktor Orban to congratulate him on his “clear victory” in parliamentary elections and will hold telephone talks with Orban tomorrow, says the EU Commission spokesperson at a briefing in Brussels. SOUNDBITE