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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Istvan Schreiber
"The government has changed the law from one day to the next," said Mr. Schreiber, who also feared that the ban could strengthen illegal gambling. "Evidently, there is a business decision behind it. We'll see what is going to happen."
Istvan Schreiber, president of the Hungarian Gaming Association, said the industry has been blindsided by the government's change of heart, especially because a law passed in 2011 allowed for new, server-based slot machines due to be introduced early next year.