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  Budapest, 30 January 2024. Hungary retained its previous ranking as the European Union’s...
The gas fitter from FelcsĂşt took the lead in TI Hungary’s interactive database based...
László Szíjj and Lőrinc Mészáros, both individually and together, are well ahead of the...
As of the end of the first quarter of 2023, the Hungarian government is...
Transparency International Hungary (TI-Hungary) has won a final judgment in a case concerning the...
The world’s most comprehensive corruption survey, the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), was compiled for...
In 2022, the Government of Hungary made some important steps to upgrade the country’s...
Reacting to the decision of the Council of the EU to suspend EU funds...
Promises and half-hearted solutions have failed to convince the European Commission, and so Hungary...
In view of the fact that the European Commission launched the Rule of Law...
According to civil society organisations, the bill submitted by the Government which would amend...
Elections are held this Sunday in Hungary. Pro-government forces have spent almost eight times...
In 2021’s first semester, TI-Hungary commenced numerous freedom of information cases related to the...
The Secretariat of Transparency International in Berlin has prepared for the 27th time its ...
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