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Or•bán

(ˈɔr bɑn)
n.
Viktor, born 1963, president of Hungary since 1998.
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Orban Labs, known for its audio processing products for radio, television and digital audio and visual services, is holding another series of SBE Teleconferences with company founder Bob Orban .
Orban wrote, 'I wish to assure you that we Hungarians will never forget that you were the first Western European leader who sought to stop the influx of illegal migrants into Europe across the Mediterranean.'
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban shake hands during their meeting in the Hungarian-Austrian border town of Sopron on August 19, 2019, to mark the 30th anniversary of the "Pan European Picnic".
Orban, like Trump, has made demonization of immigrants a defining feature of his administration.
The European parliamentary election will hopefully strengthen anti-immigration political forces across Europe, Hungarian right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban told reporters after he cast his vote on Sunday.
However, Hungary has a parliamentary form of government, so much of the real power rests with Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Both men are aligned with the Fidesz party which depending on who you ask is either center-right or more right-leaning.
US President Donald Trump on Monday will host Hungarian leader Viktor Orban -- an anti-immigration firebrand and one of his few European admirers -- at the White House, despite criticism of the visit at home.
NO ENGLISH-LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER reported on it at the time, nor has any cited it since, but the speech Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban made before an annual picnic for his party's intellectual leaders in the late summer of 2015 is probably the most important by a Western statesman this century.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban: keen to connect his nationalist message to generous and popular social policies
The EPP argument that the party does not want to punish the Hungarian people simply won't stand.The European People's Party (EPP) should no longer pretend that Orban is a proverbial prodigal son who will return to democratic values if reproached frequently enough.
NEXT time Fine Gael accuse others of populism they should be reminded of their links to the hard-right party of Viktor Orban in Hungary.