Critics urge rethink of Hungary’s safe-country label

‘Alarming’ election results, rising anti-Semitism seen as concerns; Hungarian government says it’s trying to quash radicalism.

Wikimedia Photo: Michael Thaidigsmann
Members of a Hungarian nationalist defence league attend a Jobbik rally against a World Jewish Congress gathering in Budapest on May 4, 2013.
Kristen Shane
Published: Wednesday, 04/23/2014 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 04/30/2014 4:57 pm EDT

 

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