The result is a document lacking data and with euphemisms and concealments.” wrote Dora Onody-Molnar in her article in Nepszabadsag (one of the most popular newspapers in Hungary). She made an interview with Izabella Marton, director of the Hungarian Anti-Poverty Network, who evaluated the NSR. “The number of children under age 18 living in serious material deprivation increased from 21,5% to 28,8% between 2008 and 2010! – says the document. Though – as it is emphasised by Izabella Marton – there is not any kind of analyses or conclusion on the possible causes of such a serious increase of child poverty. The NSR does not provide any solution for the problem either.” See full article in Hungarian.