From Argentina to Norway – Átlátszó in the foreign press 2016

If there’s one thing Viktor Orbán is good at, it’s to make Hungary interesting for foreign people, albeit not in a good way. From residency bonds to the anti-refugee referendum, here are some examples when Átlátszó helped to explain what was happening in the country.

Bloomberg (international)

Hungary’s PM Wants the Olympic Games


Foreign Policy (international)

Is Hungary’s Leader Giving Up on Europe?


OCCRP (international)

Ukrainian Top Officials Involved in Secret Offshore Deals

Hungary: Companies Close to Orban Government Get Stadium Contracts

The Faces of Romanian Extremism


Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Hungary’s double standard: Orban welcomes foreigners if they pay up, but rejects poor migrants

Hungary’s newspaper of record Nepszabadsag faces oblivion

Ungarn: Wer profitiert von EU-Geldern?


The Telegraph (UK)

Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban investigated over €2m EU funding spent on ‘absurd’ vintage train line


Voice of America (USA)

Hungary’s Orbán: Autocrat or Misunderstood Provocateur?


US News (USA)

Hungarian lawmakers have approved legal amendments restricting access to public information about the state-owned postal services and the National Bank of Hungary


Bivol (Bulgaria)

Stolen Millions from Romania Have Returned to Bulgaria


Tages-Anzeiger (Switzerland)

300’000 Euro für ganz Europa

Zuger Apartment beschäftigt Ungarn


ORF (Austria)

Orbans saudischer Nachbar wird vom FBI gesucht


Der Standard (Austria)

Ungarn: Der unheimliche Erfolg des Lőrinc Mészáros


Junge Welt (Germany)

Ein Schlag gegen die Pressefreiheit


Aftenposten (Norway)

Bruker 430 millioner for å få befolkningen til å si nei til migranter

Hva skjer når høyrepopulistene får makt? Ungarn har testet ut de mørkeblå ideene i praksis.


Dagbladet (Norway)

Folkeavstemningen i Ungarn ugyldig: Han har brukt en halv milliard kroner på å nekte 1294 flyktninger hjelp


Hoy Día Córdoba (Argentina)

Hungría: sobre referendos y refugiados


La Diaria (Uruguay)

De lujo – Denuncian a empresarios vinculados al gobierno de Hungría por lavado de activos en Uruguay


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