Hungary 2007

Hungary 2007

Europe
Yearbook 2007 Hungary. In March, clashes took place in the capital Budapest between police and right-wing protesters. The unrest began when the police seized nationalist leader György Budaházy. Concern was preceded by a meeting in which British annihilator David Irving spoke. The meeting was held on the anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, which made Hungary temporarily independent from the Habsburg Empire. The day is celebrated as one of Hungary's three national days and the leading opposition party Fidesz gathered tens of thousands of people to its meeting and declared that it had nothing to do with the right-wing protesters. Otherwise, Fidesz has been accused of not completely distancing himself from these groups. According to abbreviationfinder: HU is the 2-letter acronym for the country of Hungary. According to CountryAAH,…
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