Human rights group accuses Taoiseach of ‘normalising’ Orbán policies

8th July, 2018
Viktor Orbán

An international human rights organisation has said it is “very sad” that the Taoiseach is “legitimising and normalising” the policies of the far-right Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán, who they say is undermining core European values.

Leo Varadkar met with Orbán as part of a gathering of the European People’s Party (EPP) in Brussels two weeks ago and said that, while he did not agree with his views on...

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