PM Orbán: Hungarians have the right to know what’s going on in Brussels
“In the run-up to any election, we should clarify the facts,” PM Orbán saidRead more
Since 2000, Hungary remembers the victims of communism each year on February 25th. The totalitarian oppression in the name of this “mad ideology,” in the words of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, shattered millions of lives all over the world. Today's memorial is the day we light a candle for communism’s victims, many of whom still live among us.