7 August 2000 Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has never been quite sure how to deal with a free media. Ever since the prime minister performed dismally in 1994 elections, he has had it in for the press, which he accuses of “hostile” coverage. Or for being too liberal, too socialist, under the control of […]

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