Pro-EU Hungarians hope to build momentum in EP election

Pro-EU Hungarians hope to build momentum in EP election

Taking issue with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's anti-EU rhetoric, a group of young Hungarians sees the EU as the country's best hope for the future. The Momentum party is fielding candidates in the upcoming EU parliamentary election.
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