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  • Zahradil wants a more flexible EU Commission
    on 1. January 1970 at 0:00

    Prague Daily Monitor MEP Jan Zahradil (ODS) told Czech Television on Sunday, that he wanted to see a more flexible, looser and reversible European Union, not one that was telling nation states what to do. read mor […]

  • ANO and Pirates lose some support in April opinion polls
    on 1. January 1970 at 0:00

    Prague Daily Monitor The latest political opinion polls for the month of April, created by Kantar CZ for Czech Television, suggest that ANO and the Pirates, the two largest parties in the country, have lost some support. read mor […]

  • Jan Munk, leader of Jewish community dies
    on 1. January 1970 at 0:00

    Prague Daily Monitor Czech Television reported that Jan Munk, the Chairman of the Prague Jewish Community, passed away on Sunday, after a long illness. He was 72 years old. Previously, Munk served as the Director of the Terezín Memorial and was instrumental in reshaping the content of the memorial's permanent exhibitions and displays. Munk was a larger-than-life figure, in the Jewish community in Prague and played a key role in keeping the community together. read mor […]

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  • Will Orbán Succeed in Forming an Anti-Immigration Alliance?
    by Péter Cseresnyés on 24. May 2019 at 14:44

    The European Parliament election is just around the corner in Hungary and most surveys show governing party Fidesz winning 50% of the votes and securing 13-15 of the 21 total mandates. Fidesz’s goal this election (as pointed out many times by its politicians) is to ensure that European anti-immigration political forces outnumber those in support […] The post Will Orbán Succeed in Forming an Anti-Immigration Alliance? appeared first on Hungary Today. […]

  • Handball Icon László Nagy to Retire After Season
    by Fanni Kaszás on 24. May 2019 at 14:17

    László Nagy, the Hungarian handball player who made more than 200 appearances for the Hungarian national handball team, announced his retirement from the sport earlier this May. Following his last match with Veszprém, his current team, in Veszprém Arena, the player gave an emotional farewell to fans. On Thursday, Veszprém defeated Szeged (35-24) in the first […] The post Handball Icon László Nagy to Retire After Season appeared first on Hungary Today. […]

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