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Refreshing candour

21 September 2006 By Martin Hutchinson

Prime minister Gyurcsany’s admission of boneheadedness is correct. His government has spent too much and made Hungary uncompetitive. Even though such candour should be encouraged among politicians, the Hungarian economy would benefit from fresh elections.

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