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  • For many within the country, the battles being raged are simply the clash of personalities of two leading politicians: Ferenc Gyurcsany on the left, and Victor Orban of the FIDESZ on the right.

    Hungary?s premier resigns without clear successor

  • Ferenc Gyurcsany, of the ruling Socialists, made the unexpected announcement at his party's congress, saying he was keeping a pledge made in January 2008 to change the leadership if the embattled party's popularity failed to recover.

    Ferenc Gyurcsany, Hungary's Prime Minister, To Quit Amid Tumbling Popularity

  • Ferenc Gyurcsany, the Hungarian prime minister, called for a £169 billion bail-out of Eastern Europe to prevent a major crisis that would reverberate across the continent.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • On Monday the Prime Minister of Hungary, Ferenc Gyurcsany, called for a parliamentary vote of confidence amongst his cronies in the national government in order to counter the fact that his whole country freaked out and elected members of the opposition party in eighteen out of nineteen local elections.

    Merrill Markoe: What Happens when a Lying Politican Tells the Truth

  • Three years ago Ferenc Gyurcsany was a self-made millionaire, little known outside Hungary's business community.


  • Last summer the Socialists who head the governing coalition also chose a new leader, Ferenc Gyurcsany, 43, a tycoon who made his fortune in the 1990s and entered mainstream politics only three years ago.


  • When the Prime Minister of Hungary, Ferenc Gyurcsany, was caught telling the truth to his party about the lies he had told the electorate, and how he had "screwed up", citizens demonstrated outside Parliament and stormed state TV.


  • This all comes after Hungary's Prime Minister, Ferenc Gyurcsany, admitted to lying about the state of his country's economy.

    CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2006

  • All this coming after the prime minister, Ferenc Gyurcsany, admitted that he lied about the state of his country's economy.

    CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2006

  • It's past midnight in the center of Budapest, on the second night of violent demonstrations, fueled by anger their prime minister, Ferenc Gyurcsany, lied to them.

    CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2006


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