Hungary At The Crossroads

This report, written by Zoltan Simon for the French-based AFP, come to us from Yahoo News and dated October 1st.

The current government in Budapest is in trouble for it's current prime minister, a Socialist, admitting on tape to lying to the public regarding the current economic and political turmoil his nation is undergoing now. Local elections have given seats to the pro-capitalist rival Fidesz party. The prime minister refuses to resign, and national protests have - at times - turned violent.

Hungary cannot pull itself out of it's doldrums of massive debt, unemployment and turmoil unless it starts walking in a Distributist direction. Otherwise, that poor country will experience more of the same pain it is enduring now.


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