The same parties who claimed that Hungary has become a dictatorship, kept telling voters that the dictator could be removed through elections created by him and supervised by his vassals.
The political divide in Hungary is between those who respect the rule of law, free enterprise, and the sanctity of private property – and those who do not.
A note on the election of a Fidesz MEP as the vice president of the European Parliament
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The inconvenient truth about Orbán – Part 2.
The inconvenient truth – Part 1.