The corpulent “spiritus movens” of the Hungarian political scene, the writer, the protector of everything that is Hungarian and the vice-president of the ruling Hungarian Democratic Forum, Istvan Churka has once again set an avalanche in motion. This time it is not just a matter of internal affairs, but something that has to do with […]
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