April 7, 2014

Is Hungary the EU's Only Dictatorship?

Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

After his party's overwhelming victory in Sunday's parliamentary election, Prime Minister Viktor Orban called Hungary "the most unified nation in Europe." In fact, it may well be the European Union's only dictatorship.

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TAGGED: Dictatorships, European Union, Hungary

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