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Aim of the proposed amendment to the Fundamental Law is to enable the Government to protect the country

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, January 25, 2016 3:05 PM

In response to a demonstration organised by Modern Hungary Movement against the proposed amendment to the Fundamental Law, Minister of State Csaba Dömötör said that the aim of the measure is to enable the Government to protect the country in case the threat of terrorism arises.

We would like everyone to have affordable housing

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, January 15, 2016 12:32 PM

The Minister heading the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister takes the view that Fidesz has created national affairs out of ideas which others earlier considered utterly inconceivable and unfeasible.

Government reforms are working

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, January 4, 2016 8:27 PM

At a press conference in Budapest, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Cabinet of the Prime Minister Csaba Dömötör said that the Government’s reforms are working: in 2016 the personal income tax rate will be lowered, wages will increase and the benefit system for family housing will be restructured.

Magyar Telekom abused its powers

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, December 18, 2015 1:54 PM

On Friday Head of the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister Antal Rogán told Hungarian television channel TV2 in its morning show Mokka that Magyar Telekom abused its powers being a large company with lots of money and influence when it terminated its sponsorship contract with pop singer Ákos Kovács.

Hungary can prevent migrants from being returned to the country

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, December 14, 2015 3:33 PM

Minister of State for Government Communication Bence Tuzson told Hungarian television channel M1 that if Hungary takes the stance that migrants cannot be returned to the country, it will also be able to prevent it happening.

The threat of mandatory resettlement quotas still exists

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, November 30, 2015 3:40 PM

In an address before the start of Parliament’s daily business on Monday, Head of Cabinet of the Prime Minister Antal Rogán said that the threat of mandatory resettlement quotas still exists, as Brussels is still pushing for mandatory distribution and the forced resettlement of migrants among Member States.

Every twelfth second a migrants arrives in the EU

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, November 25, 2015 4:38 PM

At a press conference held on Tuesday in Szeged, Head of Cabinet of the Prime Minister Antal Rogán said that on average, every twelfth second a new migrant enters the European Union illegally; there is no real control t at the continent’s southern border.

There is no strong Hungary without strong Germany

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, November 19, 2015 5:22 PM

Hungary is aware that there is no strong Europe, there is no strong Central-Europe and above all, there is no strong Hungary without a strong Germany, Bence Tuzson stated.

Europe must completely renew itself

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, November 4, 2015 4:56 PM

Europe must completely renew itself if Europe is to remain Europe, if we want to preserve European unity, Antal Rogán, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Cabinet Office said at the inauguration of the road named after Konrad Adenauer in Budapest and the Adenauer bust in Városliget on Wednesday.

Quota may mean relocation to Hungary of a number of people equal to Szeged’s population

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, November 3, 2015 4:44 PM

According to the Prime Minister’s Cabinet Chief, the Brussels quota regime could mean the relocation to Hungary of a number of people that is equal to the population of Szeged over a period of five years. Antal Rogán said in Parliament on Monday: the quotas mean mandatory settlement which the Hungarian Government finds unlawful, and would therefore like to turn to the European Court on this account.