This is what Atlatszo.hu wrote this week:
In an interview with Atlatszo Professor Gábor Timár, head of the Department of Geophysics and Space Science at Eötvös Loránd University says that a tectonic fault line is not only close to the planned site of the Paks II plant but runs right under it.
Even though the FINA world championships ended on Sunday, the event is still getting more and more expensive. Two contracts, together worth HUF one billion (EUR 3,3 million), were made public only this Tuesday, two days after the closing ceremony.
Transparency is the gateway to ensuring better business and government cooperation. If investors cannot clearly see Hungary’s policymaking, they have an increased risk of operation.
We also read this:
In an interview for the Legal Dialogue, Balázs Dénes, executive director of the Civil Liberties Union for Europe, talks about the need for a single, Europe-wide human rights watchdog. (Legal Dialogue)
IRI found that 50 percent of Hungarians believe their country is headed in the wrong direction. Sixty-eight percent feel politicians don’t listen to the needs of young people. (Foreign Policy)
A ‘long read’ tracing the path of Viktor Orban from student activist who helped free Hungary from communism to prime minister who practices “illiberal democracy.” (The New Statesman)
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