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Viktor Orbán goes to war on the European parliament

23 June 2021

7:42 PM

23 June 2021

7:42 PM

‘Times have changed, and whereas thirty years ago we believed Europe was our future, today we understand that we are Europe’s future’.

Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has never been one to shy away from controversy when it comes to the European Union. But on Hungarian Independence Day on Monday, he went a step further by presenting an alternative vision for the bloc.

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