Political Activist James Dowson Expelled From Hungary

  • 25 May 2017 9:00 AM
British citizen James Dowson, a far-right political activist who was based in Budapest, has been expelled from Hungary by the Immigration and Refugee Affairs Office at the proposal of the Counter-Terrorism Centre.

The weekly Magyar Narancs has reported that a ban was also imposed on him travelling to Hungary. According to official reports the individual represents a national security risk.

Dowson last appeared at a public function in Hungary in March, at the Stop-Soros conference where Hungarian and international guests spoke about “the harmful influence of György Soros”.

The British far-right politician Nick Griffin told 444.hu that he will relocate to Hungary.

Dowson has often visited Hungary and his organisation Knights Templar International had an office at Oktogon which advertised Hungarian properties for British far-right quarters.

Source: Hungary Around the Clock

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