Thousands protest against far-right Hungarian party

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December 2, 2012 20:56

 
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Thousands of people turned out to a political rally in Budapest, Hungary, in front of the capital’s parliament building on Sunday afternoon to demonstrate against the far-right Jobbik party.

Last week, deputy leader of Jobbik Marton Gyongyosi said in the Hungarian parliament that a list should be drawn up of Jews in Hungary, especially those in parliament and the Hungarian government, “who pose a national security risk to Hungary.”

Several senior Hungarian politicians spoke during Sunday’s rally, including Antal Rogan, the parliamentary faction leader of the ruling Fidesz party.

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