The nationalist party Jobbik has filed a criminal complaint against the communist-era interior minister Béla Biszkú in a bid to have him tried under new laws abolishing the statute of limitations on crimes against humanity. Biszkú, 91, held office in the years after the 1956 Uprising was crushed by Soviet Union military might. On Biszkú’s watch, dozens were executed for their role in what the communist dictators characterised as a “counter revolution”, among them its reluctant leader, reform communist Imre Nagy.
Vacancy announcement - „French-German Translator” at the Secretariat of the Danube Commission (Budapest)
The Danube Commission is announcing the vacancy of the position of a „French- German Translator”. This appointment with an excellent compensation is to be taken up from January 2016. The selection process will take place in the first half of January 2016.
As the main responsibility of the translator is to provide written and oral translations from French to German, native German speaker candidates with excellent command of French are preferred. Good command of English and/or Russian and the knowledge of inland navigation terminology are of advantage.
Please send a motivation letter, detailed CV, copies of languages certificates and your eventual questions through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org not later than 10th December 2015.
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