What’s this if not the US interfering in Hungarian elections and politics?
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János Lázár, the minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office revealed that 1,295,000 Hungarians had sent back the consultation questionnaires which is a remarkably high number, and clearly demonstrates that the people want to state their views on the matter
“Hungary is continuously doing better, economic growth is higher than the European Union average and we can expect significant growth over the remainder of the year as well,” said the minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office
“Paid for by the taxpayers of the United States of America.” This would be the disclaimer that you might see on certain publications, if the US State Department were to begin handing out money next year, as it announced earlier this week, to support “independent” media outlets in Hungary.
Zsolt Németh addressed a conference on the links between the Visegrád countries and Israel, and called the Holy Land “an outpost of democracy in the Middle East” in an environment which “lacks European values which are fundamental for building democracy”