Hungary by Atlatszo – Viktor Orban lied: Hungary does not have a list of ‘Soros mercenaries’

Viktor Orban at one of his Friday radio interviews Photo: MTI / Máthé Zoltán
Viktor Orban at one of his Friday radio interviews Photo: MTI / Máthé Zoltán

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Viktor Orban lied: the Hungarian government does not have a list of ‘Soros mercenaries’

The government of Hungary knows George Soros’s mercenaries by name – said Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban a little more than a week before the elections, on March 30. Now it is clear that it was a lie – there is no such list.

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