No Word About the Oppression of Uyghurs

No Word About the Oppression of Uyghurs

Comments by István Hegedűs was published in Il Piccolo on 2 December 2019  about the news that Hungary submits a proposal to the United Nations concerning an international day of remembrance for the victims of communist dictatorships. "The Hungarian Fidesz government, especially Viktor Orbán, want to prove that they are loyal to their anti-communist roots. This is in sharp contrast to the uncritical relationship with communist China: Hungary celebrated 70 years friendship recently" drew Hegedűs the attention of readers. 

István Hegedűs participated at the meeting between Guy Verhofstadt and Sophie in 't Veld, ALDE Group Leaders in the European Parliament with Hungarian liberals and NGO representatives in Budapest on 20 November 2015.
The Hungarian Europe Society organised a workshop entitled "Illiberal democracies – what can the European Union do in case a member state regularly and systematically breaches European values and regulations?" on 24 April 2015 in Hotel Marmara, Budapest.
An interview with István Hegedűs about the Hungarian regime-change and the ideological shift of Fidesz entitled "I was forgotten to be hanged" was published in the 17-23 April 2014 issue of the weekly Figyelő.
The article Hungary Is Not a Colony written by István Hegedűs was published in V4 Revue on 17 August 2012.
István Hegedűs participated at the roundtable discussion following the launch of the video entitled "A European Success Story?" at the European Centre for Solidarity in Gdańsk. Watch the discussion HERE.