Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban is continuing his controversial crackdown against billionaire philanthropist George Soros.
The PM has called on his country’s spy agencies to investigate the “Soros empire” of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that criticise the government’s policies.
As reported by The Financial Times, Orban told local radio on October 27 that a network of groups and individuals supported by Soros were seeking to have Hungary “condemned, stigmatised and forced to ...
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