Hungary PM dogged by corruption allegations

Critics of Victor Orban claim that EU funds for public investment are being funnelled to well-connected businessmen and spent on vanity projects.

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    Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who secured a third term just months ago, continues to be dogged by allegations of corruption and nepotism.

    Critics say friends of Orban are benefiting from large EU-funded projects.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Hungary.


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