“Emboldened by Election Victory, Hungary Government to Tighten NGO Bill”

U.S. News and World Report posted the above-captioned article on one of its websites.  The article was written by MartonDunai, and part of it follows:

“Emboldened by Election Victory, Hungary Government to Tighten NGO Bill

Hungary will tighten a bill that aims to closely regulate non-governmental organizations (NGOs) following the ruling party’s big election victory last month, a minister said on Monday, in a move likely to dismay the European Union and rights groups.

The bill has been nicknamed ‘Stop Soros’ as it targets NGOs that receive foreign funding, notably those financed by liberal billionaire philanthropist George Soros, whom Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban accuses of political meddling and actively supporting mass immigration into Europe.

The bill would allow the interior minister to ban any NGOs active in the immigration field deemed to pose a ‘national security risk’. It would also slap a 25 percent tax on foreign donations to NGOs that back migration.”

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