Hungary protests spark opposition coalition – but will it last?

FILE PHOTO: People attend a protest against a proposed new labor law, billed as the "slave law", outside the headquarters of the Hungarian state television in Budapest, Hungary, December 17, 2018. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Week-long protests in Budapest have forged fragmented opposition parties into a rare coalition against Viktor Orban, drawing young Hungarians into the streets to demonstrate against what they see as his increasingly authoritarian rule. Passage of two laws last week backed by the prime minister’s Fidesz party angered a variety of domestic voter […]

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