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Heti Válasz

Heti Válasz is a pro-government weekly. It is the only conservative print organ to have occasionally adopted a critical tone vis-à-vis Viktor Orbán's national conservative government. The paper was founded in 2001 at the instigation of Orbán's first government (1998-2002). Its editor-in-chief is Orbán's former spokesman (from 1998 to 2002) Gábor Borókai.

Medium: magazine
Political orientation: Conservative
Circulation: 25,200 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Weekly on Thursdays
Visits per month: 1.000.000 - 5.000.000
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Budapest, Hungary
Publisher: Média Befektetési Zrt.
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 2001

1027 Budapest, Horvát utca 14-24.
Phone: 0036 14 61 14 47 
Twitter: @heti_valasz

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1.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 19/11/2015

Islam can also incite people to murder

According to the latest Global Terrorism Index the number of deaths as a result of terrorism rose 80 percent last year, reaching its highest level ... » more

2.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 26/08/2015

Merkel makes Orbán and his fence look silly

Germany's refugee policy exposes the futility of the Hungarian border fence, according to the Conservative weekly newspaper Heti Válasz: "The following has occurred: Angela Merkel ... » more

3.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 19/05/2015

Orbán's populism won't solve refugee problem

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán called on Monday for the refugee camp in Debrecen in the east of the country to be closed, stressing that ... » more

4.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 12/02/2015

María Schmidt on great statesman Viktor Orbán

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has virtues Western European politicians can only dream of, historian Mária Schmidt writes in the conservative weekly Heti Válasz: "Viktor ... » more

5.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 05/01/2015

Hungary's demonstrators lack a concept

Renewed demonstrations against Viktor Orbán's right-wing conservative government marked the start of the year in Budapest. But the protests lack a concept, the weekly paper ... » more

6.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 29/10/2014

Symbol of the frustration of the young

The protest against the Internet tax has become a symbol of a disillusioned generation's rejection of the entire political elite, the conservative weekly Heti Válasz ... » more

7.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 22/10/2014

Hungary's Internet tax will hurt users

Hungary's right-wing conservative government has announced plans to introduce an Internet tax in 2015. According to agency reports Internet providers will be made to pay ... » more

8.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 01/08/2014

Occupation monument not a Holocaust memorial

The debate over the monument commemorating the occupation of Hungary by Nazi Germany continues. Péter Párkányi Raab, who designed the monument, responds to the criticism ... » more

9.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 28/10/2013

A dubious end for the Gypsy schnitzel

In response to an initiative by the Forum for Sinti and Roma, the city of Hanover had the terms "Zigeunersauce" (Gypsy sauce) and Zigeunerschnitzel (Gypsy ... » more

10.  Heti Válasz - Hungary | 24/09/2013

Customised autonomy for Hungarians outside Hungary

Around 2.5 million ethnic Hungarians live as minorities in Hungary's neighbouring countries. In recent years their calls for autonomy have grown ever louder. The conservative ... » more


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