Hungary by Atlatszo – See the castles and hotels owned by the prime minister’s son-in-law
This is what Atlatszo.hu wrote this week:
A company with ties to the Hungarian government which often flies Hungarian oligarchs by helicopter has recently co-founded a new company with Pennsylvania registered International Defense & Aerospace Group LLC.
István Tiborcz, the Hungarian prime minister’s son-in-law switched to the real estate business a few years ago. Atlatszo reporters equipped with a drone drove more than seven hundred kilometers to show you the properties Tiborcz owns.
Here is your reading list about what is going on in Hungary:
Hungary has said it will resist any EU-wide attempt to strip it of its right to protect its borders and will fight to overturn the pro-migration policies of the centre-right grouping to which it belongs in the EP.
The Hungarian government recently announced the transfer of the museum to the Chabad Jewish federation in Hungary, although the liberal Jewish community opposes participation in the project.
Faludy is the only grandson of George Faludy, the renowned Hungarian poet. Here Faludy responds to one of the many articles of János Dénes Orbán, an emissary of the government’s new cultural policy.
A Hungarian court rejected the appeal of a Syrian refugee and upheld his 2016 conviction for “terrorism”, but reduced his sentence, in what a rights group called an abuse of anti-terrorism laws.
The European Union has denounced Hungary for its self-styled “illiberal democracy,” but don’t expect a turnaround from Prime Minister Viktor Orban anytime soon.
Hungary’s system for preventing the ill-treatment of migrants is “ineffective,” according to an anti-torture group. The Hungarian government rejected the allegations, calling them “political.”