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Hungary could end emergency powers in late June: top Orban aide

Reuters Thursday, 14 May 2020 ()
Indefinite emergency powers obtained by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to fight the coronavirus crisis could be retracted in late June depending on the evolution of the pandemic, his chief of staff said on Thursday.
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