The most hard-hitting questions put to Orbán on state radio

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December 01. 2021. – 01:59 PM

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While the Prime Minister manages to avoid tough questions domestically, he has been dropping by Kossuth Radio almost every Friday to give an interview to one of the leading editors of the public media, which operates with an annual budget of 325 million euros of taxpayer money. In his third cycle with a two-thirds majority, Viktor Orbán fields questions almost exclusively from Katalin Nagy on the state radio station. The journalist, who was awarded the Knight's Cross from the Hungarian Order of Merit, doesn't hesitate to take advantage of these opportunities.

Translation by Dominic Spadacene.

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