Hungary cancels proposed Internet tax in the face of mass opposition


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Don’t be fooled, this government and our autocratic, undemocratic prime minister Orban does not back down on anything, and particularly not on something this high profile.

Nick Thorpe’s statement from the BBC article, “Mr Orban has proven that he is more flexible than many analysts give him credit for” is also complete BS. (Mr. Thorpe’s journalism is widely considered an apologist of the regime.)

There’s a new protest Sunday night, Budapest, Kossuth Square, 6pm. We need to keep up the momentum.


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