Hungary’s electoral authority has given the green light for a referendum on the planned branch of China’s Fudan University in Budapest. The National Election Committee has approved his request for a referendum, the mayor of the Hungarian capital, Gergely Karácsony, announced on Facebook. Accordingly, an initiative to collect 200,000 signatures required to hold a referendum will begin next month, Karácsony explained – provided the authority’s decision is not litigated in court.
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