February 7th, 2017

Index on Censorship: Hungary’s Two-Tailed Dog Party nominated for Freedom of Expression Awards 2017

Index on Censorship’s Freedom of Expression Awards exist to celebrate individuals or groups who have had a significant impact fighting censorship.

(…)A group of satirists and pranksters who parody political discourse in Hungary with artistic stunts and creative campaigns, the Two-tailed Dog Party have become a vital alternative voice following the rise of the national conservative government led by Viktor Orban.

Source: Freedom of Expression Awards 2017 — Index on Censorship

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  • You know something is wrong when the Two-Tailed Dog Party feels like the fresh and honest alternative to the Government in Hungary…

    • National Hiphop

      The trouble is that there are very few other ones. Momentum and the non-corrupted small parties (LMP, Együtt, Dialogue for HU) – that’s about where it stops.

      • Yes, Momentum is still just a ‘One-trick Pony’ movement (as it should be). Hopefully there will be a few fresh young people from there who will continue to care about this country in any organised form later.
        To be continued…hopefully…

        • wolfi

          It would take a kind of miracle to make the Hungarian oppostion united – I see no chance for the next ten years, maybe if the EU really breaks up and the money flow to Hungary stops.

          There are hard times ahead for Hungarians – all the young ones that we know are thinking about leaving …

          • Hopefully not ten years, but Fidesz/”Jobbik” will live on as Social Mobility is possible by voting with your feet and move abroad.
            The day this does not work (for whatever reason) the clock starts to tick.

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