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A rally against Orban’s policies took place in Budapest

Photo: 444.hu

Protesters protested against the Hungarian media, which were called supporters of the Russian invasion, and shouted pro-Ukrainian slogans.

In Budapest on the evening of Friday, November 4, a rally was held against the media controlled by Viktor Orban’s government and against Hungarian policy, which continues to support the Russian Federation in the war in Ukraine. This was reported by the portal 444.hu.

It was noted that several hundred people took part in the demonstration. The action was initiated by opposition MP Akos Hadhazi.

“Long live Hungarian freedom! Glory to Ukraine!” – Congratulated the assembled Hadkhazi, who at the beginning of the demonstration called for a minute of silence on the occasion of the anniversary of the suppression of the 1956 revolution.

Historian Cristiano Ungvari spoke afterwards, saying that public television is lying about the Russian-Ukrainian war, and its leaders are not only propagandists, but also supporters of Russian aggression, “war criminals second hand.”

Hadhazi also expressed the need for a “hybrid revolution” against the hybrid regime.

“If the protests are silenced by the propaganda press, they should be organized in such a way that the problems are obvious to everyone,” he said. Hadhazi emphasized that this is the essence of strikes and civil disobedience, as well as the essence of demonstrations that block traffic.

Recall that in late October, mass protests broke out in Hungary over the economic policies of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Among the inscriptions on the posters are also: “Russians – home.”

Before that, Budapest mayor Gergely Koraconi accused Orban of lying about the benefits of buying gas from Russia.

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Source: korrespondent

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