If the government puts a gag order on a broadcaster simply because it finds its reporting unfavourable, the same fate will await the rest of the free media in Poland.
Orban put me at the same level as a dangerous criminal – says Panyi, a surveilled Hungarian journalist and a member of the international team revealing Pegasus Project.
Viktor Orbán’s government invests billions of forints every year in Hungarian communities in neighboring countries, including in Ukraine.
The next Three Seas Summit will be held in Sofia, Bulgaria on 8-9 July 2021. The initiative was created to ‘promote cooperation between 12 European nations and their partners contributing to economic growth and energy security’. Before the summit, we are publishing an excerpt from the report Towards 3SI Civil Society Forum, developed by The Visegrad Insight team.
The Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Tomáš Szabó, who drove the murderer to the house of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée.
The Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic will issue a judgment in the case of the murder of investigative journalist and his fiancée.
Adam Hofman was once an influential politician, a member of PiS, Poland’s current ruling party, and now is one of the most recognisable figures in the country’s PR sector. When PiS took power in Poland, his PR agency R4S skilfully positioned itself where the spheres of politics and business meet.
The pandemic did not kill the far right. Nor did it stifle media interest in the topic. The painstaking attention devoted to the formation of a ‘Far-Right International’ revolving around the Hungarian Fidesz, the Italian League, and the Polish Law and Justice (PiS) parties is a good case in point.