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In our countdown of the top ten most popular articles posted by The Economist on our social channels in 2012 we have reached number 3, an article about the scandal which surrounded Hungary’s president, Pál Schmitt, at the time. Mr Schmitt was accused of plagiarising substantial sections of his dissertation from a work by Nikolai Georgiev, a Bulgarian sports historian 
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Ah....well...he clearly belongs to the Gadaffi, Jnr. school of scholarship. 
When people can't even cheat well...geez.
At least this scandal made it possible to oust this puppet president.
Yeah, no wonder it was such a popular article, a major embarrassment and shows the level of cheating and corruption over there. 
Not as bad as you think. The media ar there to blow it outta proportion
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