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Parlt committee discusses security risks around 'Soros agencies'

December 7th, 2017

Parliament's national security committee met on Thursday to discuss possible security risks posed by agencies associated with US billionaire George Soros in Hungary. After the session, Szilard Nemeth, deputy head of the committee, insisted that the civil groups in question "pose a national security risk in several ways". He argued that they "support migration" and that they are politically active and "have launched attacks on the Hungarian government's migration policy". Nemeth declined to give details of the secret agencies' "Soros report", because the document has been classified until 2037. Zsolt Molnar, the committee's (Socialist) head, said at the session that "it turns out there is no Soros plan" and the organisations associated with Soros "pose no security risk of any kind". Bernadett Szel of the green LMP party said the committee should not have met at all on the subject.


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