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26. Feb 2021.

Religion, Politics and Football – Orban’s Way to Tighten His Grip in Vojvodina

Aleksandar Vučić and Viktor Orban in Budapest, 2015; photo: BETA/ Nenad Petrović
A sports academy, an expensive fence for the football field in the churchyard, the restoration and work of churches whose priests preach to vote for Fidesz, the party of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, are only a few donations from the Hungarian government in Serbia from 2011 to 2020. Investments worth more than 70 million euros, according to experts CINS spoke to, are the Orban’s attempt to expand his political influence.

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The production of this investigation was supported by a grant from the Investigative Journalism for Europe (IJ4EU) fund.

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Mihaly
Mihaly
01. Mar 2021. 08:38

Yeah, it would probably be better if the Serbian economy didn’t receive money at all…
How much money did CINS invest to help out Hungarian citizens in Serbia?
None?
That’s what I thought.

Milica Šarić
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Milica Šarić
13. Mar 2021. 12:25
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