HUNGARY: ORBAN CALLS FOR TOUGHER BORDERS AS HE TAKES OFFICE

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has taken office for a third straight term and used the moment to call for beefed-up borders to cope with migrants.

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Orban: Orban, also known as Urban , was an iron founder and engineer from Brass, Kingdom of Hungary who cast superguns for the Ottoman siege of Constantinople in 1453.
Viktor Orban: Viktor Orbn has been the Prime Minister of Hungary since 2010, a post he held from 1998 to 2002. Orbn leads the FideszHungarian Civic Union party in the 2010 elections, the party, together with the Christian Democratic People's Party, won 52.73 of the votes and a two-thirds supermajority of the sea