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Andrea Peto on the Pseudo-Problems of the Illiberal Government

“Hungarian voters expect credible representation of real social issues, not window-dressing,” our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto writes in her article on hvg.hu.

“The state, which has been dismantled and emptied, must be rebuilt to support not only the strong but also the weak,” she argues, and adds that “the Hungarian opposition is slow to think about female voters in this historic situation. Never before has it been so difficult to see clearly for women's equality, and never before has it been so difficult to formulate a common strategy in the midst of war.”

Read the full article here (in Hungarian, subscription required).

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