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>> Hoisting the EU flag in defiance of Hungary's anti-liberal prime minister, Viktor Orban. Hundreds of protesters marching through Budapest on Monday to oppose a law that could force an international school, founded by Hungarian-born, US-based financier George Soros out of the country.>>
> We must be aware that massive predators swim in these waters.
The law is seen as specifically targeting the Soros-founded Central European University. The right-wing Orban is at odds with, and has often vilified the moneyed philanthropist Soros who has spent billions of dollars of his fortune funding a global campaign for a liberal, open society.>>
This is the cross-border realm of George Soros with plenty of cash and heavy international artillery.>> The new law has rallied parts of Hungarian society who see Orban's government as at odds with the European Union and liberal values. More than 500 leading international academics, including 17 Nobel laureates, have come out in support of the university saying it was one of the pre-eminent centers of thought in Hungary.