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  • There a firebrand young dissident called Viktor Orban publicaly called for democratic elections and the Russians to go home.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • But Viktor Orban, its premier, has put his Fidesz party at the head of an ultra-nationalist campaign to rewrite not only Hungary's constitution but its history.

    Cameron's European gang of four: the Chuks

  • Editorial: Rightwing populist Viktor Orban is the last person in Europe suited to hosting the EU rotating presidency

    In praise of … Twelfth Night | Editorial

  • Rightwing populist Viktor Orban is the last person in Europe suited to hosting the EU rotating presidency

    Hungary: One-party rule | Editorial

  • When he swept to power in April last year, Hungary's prime minister, Viktor Orban, said voters had carried out a revolution by giving his rightwing Fidesz party more than two-thirds of the seats in parliament.

    Hungary: One-party rule | Editorial

  • Viktor Orban On the euro: The most important thing is to defend the euro.

    Transcript: Viktor Orban

  • Clinton, who also met the opposition and made clear she had urged Viktor Orban's government not to remove checks and balances in government which she said was essential to any democracy.

    Clinton Questions Hungary's Democratic Credentials

  • In a speech to parliament on Monday, Hungary's populist prime minister, Viktor Orban, condemned EU criticism of the media law as an unjustified assault on the "dignity of Hungarians."

    Hungary to Amend Media Law

  • It is true that Viktor Orban, now prime minister, did say at some minor gathering in late 2009 that he was unhappy with the current constitution and would like a new one.

    Hungary's Surprise Constitution

  • Critics say that with the media law the center-right government is turning Hungary into 'Orbanistan', a reference to Prime Viktor Orban and autocratic Central Asian nations.

    Thousands Demonstrate Against Hungary's Media Law

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