Jewish leader asks Hungarian Prime Minister to “limit freedom of the press”

By The European Union Times

Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in a letter to Ronald S. Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress, expressed his “surprise” that the WJC leader had asked him “to limit freedom of speech and the freedom of the press” by calling on him to condemn an image that recently appeared on the cover of business weekly Figyelo, which Lauder had called anti-Semitic.

In the letter forwarded to MTI by Bertalan Havasi, the prime minister’s press chief, Orban wrote that “despite my respect for you, I cannot fulfil such a request”. Hungary’s government “pursues a policy of zero tolerance regarding anti-Semitism,” Orban wrote.

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Source: EU Times

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