('It's us Hungarians who are Romania's Soros')
Funny old world
If you do not yet know about the present political woes of the Central European University, in Budapest, catch up here:
(in English, with Hungarian links)
And if you follow the story of PAF's present outreach projects in 'Greater Hungary', and you appreciate historical irony, see here for a broadly stated analysis):
Friends and neighbours
The other Viktor, Victor Ponta, former Prime Minister of Romania writes on his Facebook
Don't jump up in immediate outrage – my opinion is that our neighbour's legislative initiative is a really good and proper one! I am thinking of filing a similar initiative in the Romanian Parliament.
Update – that's correct, 'I am thinking about it...' Next week I want to work on the project and submit it:
Or is this just politicians, anywhere? As a contribution to Spanish consideration of Gibraltar in the light of Brexit, Michael Howard, one-time would-be Prime Minister of the UK, has reminded Spain about what happened over the Falklands:
On PAF's Romanian conductor-training initiative
It's a funny old world, isn't it? Perhaps not.