An issue which Magyar Idők calls a pivotal battle for the future of the European Union, Népszabadság dismisses as a ‘non-issue’. READ MORE
Pro-government Magyar Idők rejoices, while left-wing Népszava worries about the dismal attendance at the Socialist rally in Budapest on Labour Day.
Commenting on the move of Jobbik’s Chairman to remove several vice presidents in an attempt to transform Jobbik into a broad based party, a radical right-wing pundit argues that the party Chairman must be given a free hand to choose his deputies.
A former leading Socialist politician avoids choosing between the four candidates for the party’s leadership and suggests that the MSZP should rebuild itself on the basis of spontaneous local movements. One of those candidates, in turn, suggests a shift to the left is needed in the MSZP.