Magyar Nemzet


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Magyar Nemzet

 

(Hungarian Nation), a daily newspaper; the organ of the People’s Patriotic Front. It was founded in 1945 and is published in Budapest. Circulation, 115,000; Sunday edition, 138,000 (1975).

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According to the Thursday edition of the daily Magyar Nemzet, at a Fidesz-KDNP parliamentary group meeting Mr.
(1) "Orban Viktor beszede Nagy Imre es martirtarsai ujratemetesen," Magyar Nemzet, June 16, 2014.
Last year she told the daily Magyar Nemzet that she felt remorse over what had happened.
Dans une lettre au quotidien de Droite Magyar Nemzet, Petra LEiszlE a ecrit qu'elle est dans un etat de choc depuis l'incident du mardi, niant les accusations de racisme.
Most Hungarian media outlets have staged protests to express their anger at the move, and their actions were supported even by Magyar Nemzet, a newspaper which some consider to be ruling Fidesz party's mouthpiece.
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.
9 December 2013 - Hungarian utility MVM Hungarian Electricity Ltd (MVM) could reach a deal on the buy of German RWE AG's (ETR:RWE) 49% interest in Budapest gas supplier Fogaz Zrt this month, local newspaper Magyar Nemzet said today, citing the target's CEO.
"I can report a new standard has been set," Root wrote Magyar Nemzet, a critic for a Budapest newspaper, after HBO Hungary's airing of the original series "When Shall We Kiss" in 2011.
Lajos Kosa, a Fidesz vice chairman was quoted on Saturday by the daily Magyar Nemzet as saying that the government had implemented tight fiscal policy since it was elected in 2010, and a cut in funds would be "a shame".
Mayor Tarlos, at least according to right-wing daily Magyar Nemzet, plans to discuss the potential diplomatic ramifications of shifting the war memorial with his Muscovite counterpart.
The notes came during an interview with the Hungarian newspaper 'Magyar Nemzet' (The Hungarian nation) during his 2-day visit to Hungary.
The daily newspaper "Magyar Nemzet" in Budapest reported the State Department has been negotiating with Hungarian authorities about a deal to accept three or four former Guantanamo prisoners by the end of the year.

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