Last week, Süddeutsche Zeitung published an article criticizing Hungary’s laws that place restrictions on sleeping rough on public property. The author, a law professor, even went as far as associating it with the dark, Nazi past of his homeland. I sent the editors a response, which they never published. Here’s that response:
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