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Last week the Hungarian government implemented a change in the recent anti-paedophile law. The change has caused a great deal of public unrest with a demonstration held on Monday in front of the Hungarian Parliament. Since that, the topic has shifted the spotlight to Hungary worldwide, with many people making a stand against the law. Read more HERE.
Yesterday the Hungarian national football team also started its participation in the European Championship, partly organised in Budapest. The program series has been going on for some time now, and since the beginning, scandals have already appeared, a few of them focusing on Hungary, of course. Read more HERE.
An elderly lady from the 14th district of Budapest received four plastic cards proving her immunity against coronavirus. Still, she is not able to use any of them. Find out what happened HERE.
Want to travel abroad from Hungary? – HERE is everything you need to know
The Háttér Társaság (Society for those in the Background) and Amnesty International Hungary announced another demonstration for Wednesday evening against the paedophile law which contains homophobic modifiers and was passed on Tuesday. Read more HERE.