What happened? And why? The Hungarian election of 2018
The Danube Institute held a panel discussion on April 10 about the Hungarian election.
On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 the Danube Institute hosted a panel discussion about the April 8 Hungarian Parliamentary election.
Boris Kálnoky, Correspondent of Die Welt, and regular contributor to Die Presse, Weltwoche and Deutsche Welle, and
Balázs Orbán, Director of Research at Századvég Foundation
joined in a panel discussion moderated by John O’Sullivan, Danube Institute President.
Place: Danube Institute, 24 Eötvös u. Budapest, 1067
Date: April 10, 2018
Time: 10:00-11:30 AM
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