Hungarian opposition candidate pledges full review of Orban’s close ties with China

Hungarian opposition candidate pledges full review of Orban’s close ties with China



The challenger to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s stranglehold in power has vowed to break Budapest’s close ties with Beijing if he wins next year’s elections. Peter Marki-Zay, a unity candidate chosen from a coalition of opposition parties, said he would review “everything from infrastructure loans from Chinese political banks and a proposed Chinese university campus in Budest to the use and possible manufacture of Chinese vaccines in Hungary.

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The challenger to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s stranglehold in power has vowed to break Budapest’s close ties with Beijing if he wins next year’s elections. Peter Marki-Zay, a unity candidate chosen from a coalition of opposition parties, said he would review “everything from infrastructure loans from Chinese political banks and a proposed Chinese university campus in Budest to the use and possible manufacture of Chinese vaccines in Hungary.

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