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Orbán: We stopped ‘ideological guerrillas’ getting top EU jobs

In a speech in Transylvania, the Hungarian PM pushed back against criticism of his country from Brussels.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said he played a key role in stopping “ideological guerrillas” from getting top jobs in the EU and instead having “a mother of seven children” named head of the European Commission.

  • Anca Gurzu
  • Politico

Orbán’s comments came during a lengthy speech in the Romanian town of Băile Tușnad, which has a large Hungarian minority (Orbán gives a big speech in Romania every summer).

He said Hungary is on a “reassuring path,” both financially and socially, but…

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