by Zsofia Szilagyi MOST HUNGARIANS believe that neo-Nazi rhetoric should be prosecuted as it is in some Western countries. But in a recent provocative essay published in the daily Nepszabadsag on 30 March, political scientist Janos Kis disagreed, coming out in support of free speech. He argued that the mounting extremist rhetoric is not necessarily […]

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