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Nuclear power plant Paks 2 rescheduled to favor the Russians

People close to Orban’s advisor appear in controversial Russia-connected megaproject

How the epidemic disrupted Orbán’s machinery

After 15 years of constant reorganization, Hungarian epidemiology was hit hard by coronavirus

Businessman linked to the Orbán family has expanded his footprint in city of Hungary’s nuclear plant

Orbán’s media machine in the Balkans investigated for suspicious transactions

Companies close to Orbán’s allies will operate Hungarian trading houses in the Balkan

The Russians are poised to benefit from international deal financed by Hungary

MP of Hungary’s strongest opposition party has ties to the government’s controversial trading house business

Nuclear tender that caused tension between Hungary and Russia will restart

Russians wanting a massive Paks 2 nuclear contract eventually got pushed out

Direkt36 exposed an opposition politician’s businesses with government-linked figures. Now the EU is investigating the projects

How Orbán’s chief of staff and people close to him have used luxury cars in secret

Russian-led bank rapidly gearing up in Budapest amid EU and U.S. worries

The government closed the foreign trading houses but made an exception with PM Orban’s Turkish friend

How I found out that an opposition politician teamed up with the government’s allies

Paks 2 is facing a risky modification that could favor the Russians

Inside the fall of the oligarch who turned against Viktor Orbán

Itt a hét legérdekesebb rész a Simicska bukását bemutató cikkünkből

Paks 2: This is what it looks like when influential people are positioning themselves around the project

An association with relations across the political spectrum appeared around Paks 2 last year. It wanted to act as an intermediary during the nuclear power plant expansion, and even though influential people also showed up within the association, it failed to deliver on its plans in the end.

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