Hungary enacts law aimed at Soros-founded school

Budapest, Hungary • Hungary’s president on Monday signed amendments to the country’s higher education law that could force a Budapest university founded by billionaire American philanthropist George Soros to close or move. Central European University has vowed to challenge the legislation and to remain in Budapest despite invitations to possibly relocate from cities in Lithuania and Poland. By 10 p.m. (2000 GMT), several hundred people had gathered outside President Janos Ader’s offices in Buda ...

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