In February, Hungarian legislators introduced a “Stop Soros” bill in parliament with the express intention of “empower[ing] the interior minister to ban non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that support migration and pose a national security risk.”
Submitted by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the bill proposed an anti-immigration campaign that specifically targeted Soros for using his philanthropy to promote open borders in eastern Europe.
The Soros hammering now appears to have worked, as “the man who broke the bank of England” will relocate his Hungary-based college, Central European University, to Vienna.
According to Reuters, the Central European University (CEU) “signed an agreement with the City of Vienna to open a new satellite campus there.” The move stems from a law in Hungary that set tougher restrictions on awarding licenses to foreign universities (CEU originated in New York).
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