Hungary court orders govt apology over ‘misleading’ Soros survey

Hungary's top court ruled on Wednesday that nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government had published "misleading and falsely presented facts"…

Hungary’s top court ruled on Wednesday that nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government had published “misleading and falsely presented facts” about a refugee rights group in a questionnaire sent to millions of households, the group said.

The Hungarian Helsinki Committee said the Supreme Court had ruled that the government had damaged its reputation over the “national consultation” questionnaire about US billionaire George Soros, the HHC said in a statement.

 

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