US News A Viktor Orban Advisor resigns and describes her speech as "purely Nazi"
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she has been working by her side for 20 years. Zsuzsa Hegedus , close adviser to, finally decided to resign. Even if she describes their relationship as "friendly", she admits that this time, the Hungarian Prime Minister exceeded the limits of what she could bear without renouncing her values.
The last fact of Viktor Orban's weapon? A speech he delivered on July 23 in which he still condemned multi-ethnic societies. On the move in, he ensured to refuse a "mixed race which would mix with non-European" and hammered that the countries of cohabitation between Europeans and non-European "were no longer nations".
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In his resignation letter relayed by, Zsuzsa Hegedus replied: "I do not know how you do not realize that the words you have made are purely and simply Nazis and worthy of a speech of Joseph Goebbels ”, in reference to the former head of the propaganda of . She also describes a less and less bearable discomfort there in recent years in front of the "illiberal turn" operated by Viktor Orban.
The man at the head of Hungary for 12 years responded directly to his former adviser, in a letter which wasSeveral international reactions : "You know better than anyone's zero tolerance policy of my government when it is acts of anti-Semitism and racism, "he wrote.
for a few days, the reactions to the speech were not long in coming. According to AFP, the International Committeesaid it was "horrified" after these words and called on the European Union to "distance itself from such racist hints". The great Hungarian rabbi Robert Frölich said on Facebook: “Only one species lives on this land: Homo sapiens sapiens. This breed is one and indivisible.
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Bogdan Aurescu , the Romanian Minister for Foreign Affairs also reacted by qualifying this unacceptable speech., he also regretted that such words were pronounced on the Romanian ground.
The Hungarian leader had also affirmed his disagreement to military support from Europe to Ukraine,. “The more NATO will provide modern weapons to the Ukrainians, the more the Russians go on the front line. What we are doing is prolonging the war, ”he said.
Morocco: King Mohammed VI reiterates "once again" his hand tense in Algeria .
© Royal Palais in Morocco, AFP The King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, gives a speech to the nation, on occasion From the 23rd anniversary of his accession to the throne, in Rabat on July 30, 2022. on the occasion of the traditional speech marking the anniversary of his accession to the throne, the king of Morocco Mohammed VI reiterated "once again", Saturday , his hand tense in Algeria, almost a year after the breakdown of diplomatic relations between the two Maghreb neighbors.