Kaminski and Molnar: Europe’s Selective Outrage about Anti-Semitism

Posted by John Rosenthal

There has been much controversy of late about the British Conservative Party’s decision to join the newly formed European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group in the EU parliament. Most of the excitement has focused on the Polish MEP Michal Kaminski, who was named chair of the ECR group. Kaminski, a member of Poland’s Law and Justice Party, has been accused of anti-Semitism. But what about the many signs of anti-Semitism in Hungary’s Fidesz party, which is in the parliamentary group that the Tories left behind?

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