| Viktor Orbán |
|Born||31 May 1963|
|Member of||Trilateral Commission, WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1993|
In 1989, Orbán received a scholarship from the Soros Foundation to study political science at Pembroke College (Oxford). His personal tutor was the Hegelian political philosopher Zbigniew Pełczyński.
Viktor Orbán had a "coronavirus law" passed to allow him rule by decree during the state of emergency for an indefinite period, which Michael Bociurkiw in CNN termed an " outrageous power grab". The legislation includes a provision for sentences of up to five years in prison for spreading "fake news". Reporters Without Borders stated that "in reality it is the government that can, at the outset, arbitrarily decide whether a media report is true or false."
|Prime Minister Viktor Orbán was interviewed by Tucker Carlson in August 2021.|
"His decision to build razorwire fencing and put water cannons at the ready on his borders — all the while needling Europe’s chattering classes with undisguised glee — shifted the debate from how to accommodate the flow of refugees to how to stop it."
He opposes George Soros interfering in Hungary.
|Document:Would-be German chancellor Scholz jumps the gun on EU expansion eastward, which may provoke more states to follow the UK and exit||Article||15 August 2021||Paul Nuttall||Olaf Scholz is a possible candidate for Chancellor of Germany at the September 2021 German parliamentary election. He has warned Russia to expect further European integration and expansion into Eastern Europe. Will this encourage more countries to follow the UK and leave the European Union?|