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Selective xenophobia in Hungary

For €300,000 you can buy entrance into the country

By Tej Parikh  

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, center, waits with his delegation as he leaves an EU summit in Brussels on Tuesday, March 8, 2016 ©Virginia Mayo/AP/Press Association Images

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When Hungary’s right-wing government, led by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, began an anti-immigrant billboard campaign last summer—with slogans such as “If you come to Hungary, you mustn’t take work away from Hungarians!”—it forgot to add the crucial line: but…

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