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Trianon 100: national cohesion instead of taboos

June 4, 2020, marked 100 years since the Trianon “peace diktat” was signed, in the framework of which the victorious powers in World War I deprived Hungary of a significant part of its territory and population. In view of the anniversary, it is worth examining what is the attitude of Hungarians living in Hungary to Trianon today, and how the country commemorated this decision.

Why is it necessary to maintain certain provisions for the state of danger?

The Government’s epidemiological measures are deliberately misinterpreted by some foreign-funded NGOs. On 16 June 2020, the proposal for the initiative of terminating the state of danger, submitted by the Government and requiring a two-third majority of the MPs, was accepted by 192 votes in the Hungarian National Assembly, calling the Government to terminate the state of danger. After its entry into force, the Government will decide on terminating the state of danger, and Act XII of 2020 on the Containment of Coronavirus shall expire after the date is known.

Roots: How the Radical Left Works

Many people are wondering today how it is possible for parties and forces that call themselves “right wing” to cooperate with “leftists”. Obviously so that, despite appearances and rhetoric, they are not opposing forces. One is also suspicious of the explanation that “different extremes attract each other”, because different extremes never attract each other, only similar or identical extremes do so. The sources of radical politics also seen in Hungary can be found in the same place: in left-wing radicalism. - analysis by Gábor Megadja, Senior Researcher at the Századvég Foundation.

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Source: Századvég Foundation

Source: Századvég Foundation