Viktor Orban (*1963) is a conservative Hungarian politician and jurist. He has been Prime Minister of Hungary twice: currently, since 2010.
Orban leads Hungary's national conservative Fidesz party. His Cabinet introduced major constitutional and legislative reforms, drawing criticism from foreign observers. He advocates social conservatism, nationalism, euroskepticism and rejects any redistribution of refugees across the European Union. Here you can find an automatic compilation of all DW content referring to Viktor Orban.
In Hungary, nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban has led an intense anti-EU campaign in the run-up to the European Parliament elections, accusing Brussels of fueling immigration. Keith Walker speaks with DW's Hungary correspondent Stefan Bos in Budapest. He begins by asking Stefan how that has been impacting the election campaign in Hungary.
European populists preceded the rise of Donald Trump. While they share some common sentiments, they have few concrete connections. That's why a Trump election defeat wouldn't necessarily mean the end of global populism.
Hungary is hoping to open a new museum devoted to the Holocaust. But Holocaust survivors and scholars are worried that the House of Fates, as it'll be called, will downplay Hungary's role in the Holocaust. They accuse the government of nationalist prime minister Viktor Orban of whitewashing Hungary's pre-war anti-Semitism and complicity in the Nazi genocide. Joanna Kakissis reports from Budapest.