Hungary's prime minister told an international assembly of Jews on Sunday that his government has declared "zero tolerance" on anti-Semitism,
but his speech failed to impress those gathered who said he has failed to confront the country's largest far-right party.
Addressing the opening session of the World Jewish Congress, Prime
Minister Viktor Orban acknowledged that anti-Semitism was on the rise
both in Europe and Hungary, attributing it partly to the economic crisis
affecting the region.