No rights for gay people.
No religions except the 10 or so recognized by the government. That means no Hinduism, Buddhism, or certain Christian denominations.
Government controlled media.
And various other human rights violations (the media says).
In all honesty, I don't understand everything the new laws do or don't allow, but I do know that the U.S. and EU are up in arms about the whole thing. As well as Hungarians, of course. New Years Eve was celebrated by many here with a protest, rather than fire works and champagne. From what I've read, I would protest too. It seems like the current Hungarian leaders want to go back in time 30 years. But some Hungarians do too. It surprises me that in the 21st century there are still people who are so prejudice: anti-semitists, anti-gay, anti-Roma, anti-homeless. Unfortunately, it's true all over the world.
As my husband says, "Don't hate."