As the European Union shifted its focus toward Hungary in early January, so did journalists and free-press advocates. In the most recent installment of the EU's six-month rotating presidency that began Jan. 1, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban received heavy criticism as he took command as president of the EU Council.
GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Hungary faces free-press criticism
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