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Twin-Tail Dog party leader wins local opposition primary

Wednesday, April 17th, 2024

A liberal commentator urges the leader of the Twin Tail Dogs to show that his party is more than just a joke. READ MORE

Three left-wing parties to run in alliance for seats in the European Parliament

Saturday, April 6th, 2024

A centrist analyst believes the three parties were equally interested in joining the alliance but for different reasons. READ MORE

Twin-tailed Dog party survives its first crisis

Wednesday, March 13th, 2024

Although the party’s two leaders have now withdrawn their resignations, commentators see the crisis of the past days as signalling the end of the ’fun party’ as we have known it – one making fun of both the government and the opposition. READ MORE

Weeklies on the state of the opposition a full year after the last general election

Monday, April 10th, 2023

Opposition-leaning commentators paint a desolate picture of the chances of the opposition to vote Fidesz out of office any time soon. A pro-government columnist describes the recipe that in his mind has kept the governing forces unchallenged over the past years. READ MORE

Twin-tailed Dog Party slammed for ‘playing into Fidesz’s hands’

Wednesday, March 15th, 2023

A liberal pundit doesn’t believe that a party solely based on vitriolic sarcasm can advance the cause of democracy.


The prospect of a hung Parliament

Thursday, February 10th, 2022

A left-wing commentator speculates on the possibility of a stalemate after the April election. Such a turn of events could eventually lead to a decisive opposition victory, he suggests. READ MORE

Porn tycoon and Twin-Tailed Dog Party to run for seats in Parliament

Monday, December 6th, 2021

Weeklies from across the political spectrum ponder the significance of outsiders in next April’s parliamentary election. A conservative analyst lambasts the opposition front-runner who would discourage outsiders from running, while opposition-leaning commentators tend to believe that they play into the hands of the government side. READ MORE

Satirical party to run for Parliament

Friday, October 7th, 2016

A conservative columnist calls the decision by the satirical Twin-Tailed Dog party to run for seats in Parliament a bad joke. READ MORE