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May 8, 2021

Dozens of Hungarian youngsters demonstrate for the release of nationalist leader

A few dozens young Hungarian radicals demonstrated in Miercurea Ciuc, on Saturday, demanding the release of a nationalist leader of Hungary, arrested for alleged terrorism in Budapest. The protesters demonstrated in front of the local Hungarian consulate, asking for the release of Gyorgy Budahazy. The nearly 50 young people, most of them being members of the ‘Move­ment of the young people of the 64 counties’ were holding Hungarian flags, flags of their organisation and the flag of the extremist ‘Magyar Guard’ organisation based in Buda­pest. The Hungarian media says Budahazy was arrested in 2009 for acts of terrorism, on suspicion of having fired his gun in the direction of a senator’s house, as well as on a charge of an arson attack on the home of another member of the Hungarian Parliament. He was also involved in the violent anti-governmental street incidents and attacks on the Hungarian public television of September 2006.

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