The Visegrád Four (V4) countries of Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have established a ‘family-friendly coalition’ at a video conference held on Thursday, Hungarian minister without portfolio for family affairs, Katalin Novák said on Thursday.
Free admission to the exhibition of medieval torture as a gift, a taste for the macabre: Dracula’s castle in Romania is today the centre of vaccination against coronavirus.
Italian Prime Minister announced the failure of the European dream. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, during a roundtable on employment, criticised European politicians for increasing social inequality in the European Union and expressed the opinion that the European dream has collapsed. This was reported on Friday, May 7, by ANSA.
The Hungarian Parliament has rubber-stamped the income tax exemption for all Hungarian employees under 25 years old, seen as a new pillar in the conservative government’s pro-family policies, Minister for Family Affairs Katalin Novák announced on her Facebook page.
Siuda Baba, a person appearing on the Easter Monday in only a few villages in southern Poland, is a great example of how bits of the informations about the old religions and customs were carried on by rural communities over the long centuries and how they survived in a form of local folklore traditions.
The tradition most likely goes back to the 14th century, but it likely also has pre-Christian origins connected to the March equinox and the coming of spring – water being a symbol of life and renewal. Similar traditions can be found all around Central and Eastern Europe, with Поливаний понеділок (Watering Monday) in Ukraine, Oblévačka in Czech, Oblievačka in Slovak and Vízbevető in Hungary. It’s also known as ‘Dyngus Day’ in Polish communities outside Poland.
The Police State Police in Brussels wasted no time in scattering protesters and those they claim are illegal partiers from a park, rushing in at breakneck speed in tanker trucks and dousing the demonstrators in water.
The European Commission is facing criticism after posting about the Next Generation plan on Instagram which included a photo featuring a dark-skinned man with a child and the flag of the European Union. ‘Think future,’ states the caption under the picture. Critics are particularly concerned about what they say is the ‘exaggerated effort to include dark-skinned people in European society’.
For years, conservative NGOs and institutes have been working on establishing a counter-balance to the sinister well-organised Soros network. Central Europe is at the forefront of this movement, Tymotheusz Zych, vice-president of the Polish Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture told news and opinion portal Mandiner in an interview.
An ancient tomb, described by archaeologists as ‘untouched’ and ‘highly unusual’ has been discovered on the Dingle Peninsula in Co Kerry, Ireland. The tomb was uncovered in recent days during land improvement works being carried out by a farmer.