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Francis spent just seven hours in Budapest before arriving Sunday afternoon in neighboring Slovakia to start a four-day tour. The lopsided itinerary suggested that Francis wanted to avoid giving Orban — the type of populist nationalist he frequently criticizes —…
Around 1,000 protesters in Hungary’s capital have demanded answers to allegations that the government used powerful spyware to secretly monitor critical figures.
March organizers expected record crowds at the event, and called on participants to express their opposition to recent steps by populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government that critics say stigmatize sexual minorities in the Central European country.
The law came into effect Thursday and prohibits the display of content depicting homosexuality or sex reassignment to minors. But critics say its goal is to marginalize and stigmatize the LGBTQ community.
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