Hungarian Conservative

Botond Szabó

Botond Szabó

Botond Szabó graduated from the Mathias Corvinus Collegium and completed his master's degree at the National University of Public Service. He commenced his professional journey at the European Parliament and the Office of the National Assembly, honing his journalistic skills through roles at Mandiner and Axióma.
István Báthory (1533–1586) played a pivotal role in the history of Lithuania. His legacy is marked by his efforts to strengthen the Lithuanian state, promote education, and foster religious tolerance,
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