The government of Hungarian PM Viktor Orban is more oppressive than that of Soviet-era Hungary, Hungarian-American philanthropist George Soros said in a video message on Friday, according to The New York Times.
Until late last year, a mention of Macedonia in the halls of power in Washington, DC, would most likely elicit only shrugs.
While Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been criticising the EU and clashing with its values for years, companies owned by his family have been profiting from EU-financed projects, an investigation by OCCRP partner Direkt36 revealed.
Bulgaria halted Wednesday the distribution of a book that slammed several journalists, activists and politicians as "foreign mercenaries" who want to take control of the country with the help of philanthropist George Soros.
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