by Zsofia Szilagyi WITH EACH PASSING year, 23 October is gradually losing its significance as a national day for ordinary Hungarians. At the same time, the anniversary of the beginning of the Hungarian uprising is increasingly abused by political parties for their own purposes and chosen by anti-government formations and extremists as a time to […]

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