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Hungary’s New Constitution and Media Laws Grossly Violate Human Rights

April 8, 2012

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By: Anna Malinovskaya A recent news report by Human Rights Watch calls attention to the critical political situation in Hungary and the resulting tensions between the state’s ruling party and a few European political bodies. According to HRW, Orbán’s ruling Fidesz party is “using its super-majority in the parliament, spent its two years in office […]

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Nazi War Criminal Acquitted of Over 30 Counts of Murder by a Hungarian Court

July 20, 2011

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HUNGARY.— On Monday, a Hungarian court acquitted Sandor Kepiro, one of the world’s most wanted Nazi criminals, claiming there was insufficient evidence to convict him of the murder of over 30 people of Novi Sad, in 1942. A spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Court of Budapest said Kepiro was acquitted due to lack of evidence. The […]

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