Tens of thousands of Hungarians took to the streets of Budapest Saturday to demand a new electoral system, following elections in which Prime Minister Viktor Orban was re-elected to a third term despite what many saw as irregularities.
Hungarians have taken to the streets to protest against labor law changes that would allow employers to demand up to 400 hours overtime per year. The government says it needs greater worker flexibility.
Romanian officials have reacted angrily following a German media report on their country's union with Transylvania in 1918. The article mentioned an "Anschluss," which has the connotation of forced annexation.
Research conducted by DW indicates that Hungary may have helped former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski flee a prison sentence for corruption. The move could threaten Macedonia's hopes for EU accession.
Hungary says it wants to diversify the sources of its gas, with Polish and Croatian terminals potentially supplying US and Qatari gas. But its main focus remains Russia, as the Turkstream pipeline makes clear.
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