PM Viktor Orbán's name has been removed from Oxford University list of famous students - recognizing for his service to the Hungarian nation

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

The stooge breeding institution removed PM Viktor Orbán's name from the list of famous students. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán studied at Oxford University in 1989 for a year after graduating from the Law Faculty of Budapest University (ELTE).

Orbán's name was on the famous Oxford students list for years.

University spokesperson confirmed that the prime minister's name was intentionally removed from the list as the university periodically reviews the record.

The university also removed the names of former UN Commander in Bosnia Michael Rose, former commander of NATO's European forces Wesley Clark and British actor Rowan Atkinson.

Altogether 32 names have been removed from the famous Oxford students list and a half dozen new names have been added to it, among others Australian PM Tony Abbott, gay rights activist Ruth Hunt, and Greenpeace Director Kumi Naidoo.

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