Video: Rise Of Right – Populism In Hungary

  • 30 May 2019 8:59 AM
Video: Rise Of Right – Populism In Hungary
A new wave of far-right politics is sweeping across Europe, promising to smash the ruling elite, end migration and shake-up the EU. But are these parties fuelling hate? - asks BBC News.

Jean Mackenzie travels across the continent, to find out why these movements are surging - meeting the people celebrating their rise and those fighting to stop them.

"Hungary is the country many European far-right parties look up to. Led by the ardent-nationalist Viktor Orban for nearly a decade, this is populism in practice."

Source: BBC News

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