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Viktor Orban is facing pressure from the right on abortion

16 September 2022

4:00 PM

16 September 2022

4:00 PM

Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has become a towering figure in European politics over the past 12 years thanks to his promotion of ‘Christian democracy’ as an alternative to western liberalism, which he claims has lost its way. But a change to abortion laws introduced by the Hungarian government this week may indicate an alarming shift in his methods.

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