While Hungary's governing coalition struggled to consolidate its power, the economy and the country's EU accession process showed some encouraging resultsby Laszlo Szocs In the year 2000, Hungary's governing right-wing coalition--which included the Association of Young Democrats-Hungarian Civic Party (Fidesz-MPP), the Independent Smallholders' Party (FKGP), and the Hungarian Democratic Forum (MDF)--were able to keep stable […]

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