- 19 Nov 2018 7:35 AM
- Hungary Matters
Independent lawmaker Bernadett Szél told the event that the government had a problem with the CEU because the university taught people to think independently instead of “regurgitating ready-made answers”.
Those in power have named the “Soros network” as an enemy, yet such a network does not even exist, she said.
Momentum Movement leader András Fekete-Győr told the crowd that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán uses “the language of brute force” and “will run over everyone who stay silent”.
Fekete-Győr asked leaders in higher education, health care and public education to join forces, and promised that Momentum would support them.
Video: Solidarity Demo For CEU In Budapest
MTI Photo: Kovács Tamás