Hungary’s debated status law has deputies worried about ethnic cheating and ethno-corruption as the country’s absentee nationals vie for special privileges by Andras Laszlo Pap In his first public speech on the eve of his 1998 prime ministerial victory, Viktor Orban proclaimed himself the prime minister of the entire Hungarian nation. It was a remark […]

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