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Budapest urged to reverse Pride route refusal

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  1. I’m smelling blatant homophobia from the Budapest Police service here!

  2. I’m smellng the infiuence of the Fidesz dictatorship here.

    Hungary ceased to be a democracy on January 1st this year when the far right party Fidesz ripped up the Hungarian c constitution to impose an undemocratic alternative.

    The heroes of the Hungarian resistance throughout the Soviet era must be utterly appalled that Hungary has learned so very little from the last 100 years.,

    HUngary has become a backward, uncivilised and undemocratic dump.

    Such a shame.

    1. A depressingly accurate comment. The current state of affairs in Hungary is absolutely heartbraking.

  3. GingerlyColors 11 Apr 2012, 12:39pm

    No political party has the right to rip up a constitution when they get elected. Fidesz may have won 2/3 of the seats in the Hungarian Parliament but they only got 52% of the vote. This may give them the mandate to govern but as far as constitutions are concerned, a two-thirds majority of the vote should be required to change it. Fidesz will suffer the fallout from this reckless move at the next election. The real danger in Hungary though is the far-right Jobbik Party.

    1. Hungary should be suspended from the EU immediately.

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