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Pataky, István

Journalist der konservativen Tageszeitung Magyar Nemzet


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1.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 27/11/2013

Ties with China a blessing for Hungary

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met up with 16 of his counterparts from Central and Eastern Europe in Bucharest on Tuesday. According to the right-wing conservative ... » more

2.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 22/08/2012

Romania can rely on rule of law after all

The decision of the Romanian Constitutional Court encourages hopes that the rule of law holds sway in Romania after all, writes the conservative daily Magyar ... » more

3.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 18/07/2012

The people can bring Băsescu back

Under pressure from the EU, Romania's transition government has promised that the referendum on whether Traian Băsescu should remain president will only be valid if ... » more

4.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 12/03/2012

New government less anti-Hungarian

After the clear victory for the social-democratic party Smer in Slovakia, the conservative daily Magyar Nemzet is delighted that designated Prime Minister Fico will rule ... » more

5.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 13/10/2011

Euro bailout puts Fico back in power

In order to push the extension of the euro bailout through the Slovakian parliament despite Tuesday's impasse the ruling Christian Democrats and the social democratic ... » more

6.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 16/04/2011

Judgement increases Croatia's EU doubts

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague on Friday sentenced the Croat ex-general Ante Gotovina to 24 years in prison for ... » more

7.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 23/06/2008

A hurdle for Croatia's EU membership

The Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet expresses concern about the consequences of the present EU crisis for EU candidate Croatia and the EU's newest members: "Over ... » more

 

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