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This is what Atlatszo reported last week

PR photos reveal telltale details to identify medical supplies of dubious quality imported by Hungary

The Hungarian government wouldn’t say what sort of equipment and medical supplies it has bought for the defense against coronavirus, so Átlátszó’s reporters went and looked for clues hidden in government PR photos. We’ve found a number of items that don’t seem to have the necessary documentation and valid certificates.

Széchenyi Chain Bridge could be renovated for a fraction of the price of an empty football stadium

Due to a lack of financial resources, the municipality of Budapest will only renovate the historic Chain Bridge, while would entirely leave the surrounding Castle-tunnel and the underground- tram- pathway out from the renovation works according to a provided statement issued by the assistance of Mayor, who’s responsible for city management. Although the related public tenders will be announced during the following weeks, the construction works are likely to start somewhere around next year. On the below presented interactive infographics, we present data on since how long the renovation process of Chain Bridge is due and how many renovations could be carried out from the cost of some state- financed prestige investments. Take a look.

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BBC: Hungary's Index journalists walk out over sacking
More than 70 journalists and staff at Hungary's top news site Index have resigned, accusing the government of launching a bid to destroy or tame their website.

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The Hungarian army has taken delivery of four used Leopard-2 tanks to begin training on the weapons as manufacturer Kraus-Maffei Wegmann works on the country's order of 44 new tanks.

NewStatesman: Who will stand up for the rule of law in Hungary?
EU talks have raised further questions around the future of the country’s civic freedoms.

ForeignPolicy: Viktor Orban Has Declared War on Mayors
Hungary’s prime minister has used the pandemic to drain power from one of the last sources of opposition to his rule.
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