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Budapest/Berlin — A top aide to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban called into question Germany’s democratic standards on Thursday after a German football club sacked a Hungarian coach for expressing anti-immigrant and anti-LGBT views.

“Expressing your opinion cannot be punished under the rule of law,” Orban’s chief of staff Gergely Gulyas told a press briefing. “I think this is outrageous. It is foremost Germany that has to answer whether it still upholds the rule of law.”..

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