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Democracy Digest: Hungary Denies It Vetoed EU Text on Putin’s Arrest Warrant

Orban's chief of staff, Gergely Gulyas, was even more dismissive of the whole affair at his regular Thursday presser, saying that Putin "would not be arrested in Hungary" because the ICC's Rome Statute was never promulgated in Hungary due to it being "incompatible with the Hungarian constitution".

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"The crimes were allegedly committed on the occupied territory of Ukraine at least since February 24, 2022. There are reasonable grounds to assume that Putin bears individual criminal responsibility for the aforementioned crimes," the ICC said on Friday.