Viktor Orban
Lula leads in overseas voting with majority in 29 countries, Bolsonaro in 6

By 3:00 pm Brazil, voting had finalized in more than 70 nations from a total of 181 electoral precincts

Fascism returns to Europe’s centerstage

In European politics, Italy traditionally played the role of an eager junior partner to the heavyweights that drive decision-making, France and Germany. That is almost certain to change under Giorgia Meloni

Russia-Ukraine Conflict US taunts Russia to escalate in Ukraine

The studied escalation by Washington has put Moscow in a dilemma, since if it is unanswered, Zelensky may target the Crimean Bridge

Ukraine grain deal Ukraine grain deal is feel-good event, but road to peace is long and winding

Under the agreement, Ukrainian vessels would guide ships in and out of Ukraine’s heavily mined ports, and Russia would agree not to attack the area while shipments were moving. Turkey’s role will be to inspect ships leaving Ukrainian ports for smuggled arms

Hungarian Elections Incumbent prime minister Viktor Orbán wins fourth term in Hungary 

Viktor Orbán and his conservative Fidesz party continue their dominance riding on a hyper-nationalist, homophobic and Eurosceptic campaign in Hungary

Hungarian teachers demand better salaries and working conditions and other stories

Today we look at a teachers’ strike in Hungary, threats to trans children’s access to gender-affirming care in the US, and more

Teachers Strike - Hungary Hungarian teachers starts indefinite strike demanding wage hikes, increased staff

The conservative government in Hungary led by Viktor Orban has tried to restrict teachers’ strikes by issuing a special decree calling for mandatory teaching services in schools citing the COVID-19 crisis

Teachers Strike - Hungary School teachers across Hungary gear up for major protests

The conservative government in Hungary led by Viktor Orban is trying to restrict teachers’ strikes by issuing a special decree calling for mandatory teaching services in schools citing the COVID-19 crisis

Anti-LGBT law-Hungary Progressive groups slam Hungary’s latest homophobic law

Under the guise of fighting pedophilia, the right-wing government in Hungary has passed a law in the Hungarian parliament which prohibits dissemination of materials talking about LGBT orientations to minors

Hungarian left condemns installation of George H.W. Bush statue in Budapest

The Workers’ Party of Hungary 2006 – European Left also criticized the comments made by prime minister Viktor Orban during the ceremony. He termed the Soviet War Memorial in Budapest as an occupation monument

Students protest in Hungary as Orban loyalists take control of another university

Students of University of Theatre and Film Arts and their supporters have mounted a strong resistance against the hand over of the university administration to loyalists of prime minister Viktor Orban

Hungarian students protest loss of autonomy of university

The key demand of the protesting students and other progressive sections was the defense of the autonomy of the university.