Magyar Hirlap

Magyar Hirlap

 

(Hungarian Newspaper), a daily newspaper of the government of the Hungarian People’s Republic. It was founded in 1968 and is published in Budapest. Circulation, 50,000 (1975).

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This was proof, thundered Hungary's pro-government daily newspaper Magyar Hirlap, that Brussels intended to punish countries that opposed the resettlement of Muslim migrants.
Of course, a possible solution to this situation is holding early parliamentary elections in which citizens will be able to say what they think of the issues raised in the post-election period, Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov said in an interview with the Hungarian newspaper Magyar Hirlap, reports Nova Makedonija.
However, Janos Lazar, Orban's chief of staff, told the daily Magyar Hirlap newspaper that more was needed.
Old member states have nicked the money from new members," Janos Lazar told daily newspaper Magyar Hirlap in an interview published on Tuesday.
The news follows reports by Hungarian newspaper Magyar Hirlap that the lender was approached by the country's partly state-owned Szechenyi Bank with a takeover offer for its local operations.
Torocskei refused to comment on a report about the potential transaction published in the Sunday issue of Magyar Hirlap, newspaper Magyar Nemzet and news agency MTI said.
Hungary's partly state-owned Szechenyi Bank has offered to buy the troubled Hungarian unit of Austria's Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI), Reuters has reported, citing a separate report by Magyar Hirlap.
Orban's friend and Fidesz co-founder, prominent Hungarian social commentator Zsolt Bayer, wrote in the daily Magyar Hirlap newspaper in January that Roma are "unfit for coexistence.
Writing in the right-wing Magyar Hirlap after alleged Roma assailants stabbed two athletes in a village bar south of Budapest, Bayer said: "A significant part of the Roma is unfit for coexistence.
According to Reuters, the daily newspaper Nepszabadsag named Britain's BAA as the top bidder, while Magyar Hirlap said it was Germany's Hochtief.
Sweden's Telia has applied for a licence to provide telecommunications services in Hungary, according to the Hungarian newspaper Magyar Hirlap.
It might seem unusual, but the ministry would like to fully support one production a year," Attila Varhegyi, state secretary at the Cultural Ministry, was quoted as saying in the Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap.
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