While Hungary’s governing coalition struggled to consolidate its power, the economy and the country’s EU accession process showed some encouraging results by 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 […]

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