Viktor Orbán went to a classic newspaper kiosk to buy newspapers critical of the government, thereby proving that George Soros’ organization is wrong and that the freedom of the press in Hungary is completely normal.
“Hungary has been placed on the list of enemies of the freedom of the press; In the lead was an organization headed by Uncle Soros, “said the Prime Minister, explaining the reason for his visit to the newspaper kiosk.
“I thought I’d take a look at what newspapers critical of the government can be found in a classic newspaper kiosk,” said the Prime Minister, and then on the advice of the seller he bought copies of Hócipó, Élet és Irodalom, Magyar Narancs, HVG, Népszava and 168 Óra. According to the seller, there are plenty of other “media critical of the government”.
When asked how many of these are being sold, the seller replied:
“Well, most of the people haven’t touched them in weeks.”
“The freedom of the press is in a sad state that it is ignored in so many places,” remarked the Prime Minister with not a little irony and then ordered a coffee “barefoot”, indicating that he did not want anything in it, but rather drink it black .
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