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Enough signatures for referendum on Fudan campus in Hungary

About two months before the parliamentary elections in Hungary, the opposition has scored a success in its planned referendum on an offshoot of China’s Fudan University in Budapest. More than the 200,000 signatures needed for the referendum had been gathered, the mayor of the Hungarian capital, Gergely Karácsony, announced via social media. The citizens of Budapest will be asked whether they want to repeal a law allowing the construction of the Fudan campus.

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