Our paranoias have come to life. Surveillance of journalists is unacceptable in a democracy.
This piece has been shortlisted for the European Press Prize 2019.
The EPP argument that the party does not want to punish the Hungarian people simply won’t stand.
Politicians again shelter themselves with sinful press code amendment.
The ex-prime minister is dragging his party into a political sink.
Our power to influence the new year go far beyond applause and booing.
In 1989, we thought that once the job was done, we would only go out to the squares for Sunday walks.
In the investigation of the murder of journalist, much more is at stake than just the good name of the police.
We intensively prepare for the arrival of a child, but when it comes to dying we hide it as though it were a scandal
Communist leaders cared little about the ideology. They only wanted power.
The former prime minister is just stealing ideas from Orban, joining the ranks of those who destroy democracy.
Censorship is not the same animal that it was in the seventies. There is no censor waving his stamp and diligently adding disobedient authors to the growing list of state enemies.
The White House is now broadcasting its most spectacular soap opera, beating and overcoming those of sundry leaders from different continents and different times.
Orbán might inspire the buds of autocracy in other politicians who also dream about ruling without end and without political scruples.
He has been determined to survive everything in politics. Is he really leaving?
It is an attack on all citizens of this country, because journalists are the eyes, the ears, and the mouth of the public.
Critical media are always the first targets of populists and press freedom enemies.
The Sme daily celebrates 25 years since its founding. It is of immense importance that it remains independent and free, writes its editor-in-chief.
Perhaps it’s a diagnosis of society, that they are willing to elect anyone, says the recalled Trnava Archbishop.
Goodness is not exclusive to Christmas.