Hungary by Atlatszo – Foundation providing care for Hungarian Holocaust survivors secretive about its operations
This is what Atlatszo wrote last week:
István Dékány has recently published the online database that accompanies his book titled Orphans of Trianon. The database contains data about Hungarians who were either deported from their homeland or who fled their homes after the Treaty of Trianon was signed in 1920. Using the online database we created an interactive map that shows you the migration patterns of refugees after 1920.
Atlatszo has discovered another private jet used by members of the Hungarian government, their family members and by the business elite close to Viktor Orban. The mid-size private jet is owned by HUN-JET Kft. and it is owned by a private security company favored by the government, Valton Security and by one of Valton’s owners, István Bessenyei.
The Hungarian Jewish Social Assistance Foundation (MAZS) is the largest organization in Hungary supporting Holocaust survivors. There are several questions around the work of this organization: their financial reports are not transparent and they are reluctant to respond to freedom of information requests. They outsource their services to one-man-owned and affiliated companies, while the care receivers complain about the poor quality of care.
Here is what is going on in Hungary:
Bodies of all but nine of the 28 victims of a deadly boat crash in the Hungarian capital have been recovered in an intensive search up and down the Danube involving units on water, air and land, Hungarian police said on Friday.
Hungary’s authoritarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has successfully clamped down on media freedom in his country and ensured that his allies control most of Hungary’s news outlets.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban moved closer to extending his influence over scientific research in his latest challenge to the European Union.
“The two leaders highlighted that one of the greatest challenges at present for both countries and their respective regions — South East Asia and Europe — is migration,” read a statement released by the Hungarian government after the summit.