Last week in Hungary

Hungary by Atlatszo – Substantial information lost by Paks2 NPP site geological studies

This is what wrote this week:

Geologist says substantial information were lost or neglected by Paks2 NPP site geological studies is publishing the geologist Péter Gerner’ analysis that compares and evaluates the geological and geophysical study (G&G study) of the site evaluation process for Paks2, with the data and conclusions found in few underlying reports that have been published by the summer of 2017.

V4 stance on food quality: Second rate food for second rate citizens?

The divide between the capitalist West and the communist East was alimentary as much as political. Over 25 years after the fall of communism in Europe, V4 leaders believe that in their countries citizens still buy second rate food.

We also read these:

Reuters: Austria to sue EU over allowing expansion of Hungary nuclear plant

The country, which shares a border with Hungary, prides itself on supporting environmentally sound energy. It has for decades opposed nuclear power, which triggers huge disagreements about cleanliness, safety, and renewability.

The Budapest Beacon/HVG: Lőrinc Mészáros’s companies awarded USD 428 million in state contracts so far this year

Mészáros és Mészáros Kft., one of the more than 200 companies owned by Lőrinc Mészáros, recently won (together with Euroaszfalt) an EU-funded public procurement tender to construct a sewage network in and around Bicske.

Direkt36: Viktor Orbán hardly believed that his family members are subcontractors of state projects. Here is the evidence

Documents proved that one company of the Orbán family participated as a subcontractor in a huge railway reconstruction project. The company receives nearly€970 thousand from the project.

Reuters: Hungarian mass honoring Nazi ally canceled after Jewish protests

Parliament’s deputy speaker who is a member of the ruling Fidesz party of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, had been due to speak at the event called in memory of interwar Governor Miklos Horthy.

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