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Violence and social exclusion - Roma people in Hungary

Toby Binder

2010

Hungary

Roma people in Hungary don‘t only suffer from poverty and

social exclusion since the right-wing extremists party Jobbik

entered the Hungarian government as Coalitionist of Prime

Minister Viktor Orbáns Fidesz party this April. And even

violent attacks have been reported before. But Jobbik croped

the seed of underlying racism sowed by Fidesz and carried it

into the centre of Hungarian society, And daily life will definitely

not become easier for 700.000 Roma people in the country.

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  • Roma people in Hungary don‘t only suffer from poverty and
    social exclusion since the right-wing extremists party Jobbik
    entered the Hungarian government as Coalitionist of Prime
    Minister Viktor Orbáns Fidesz party this April. And even
    violent attacks have been reported before. But Jobbik croped
    the seed of underlying racism sowed by Fidesz and carried it
    into the centre of Hungarian society, And daily life will definitely
    not become easier for 700.000 Roma people in the country.

  • Roma people in Hungary don‘t only suffer from poverty and
    social exclusion since the right-wing extremists party Jobbik
    entered the Hungarian government as Coalitionist of Prime
    Minister Viktor Orbáns Fidesz party this April. And even
    violent attacks have been reported before. But Jobbik croped
    the seed of underlying racism sowed by Fidesz and carried it
    into the centre of Hungarian society, And daily life will definitely
    not become easier for 700.000 Roma people in the country.

  • Roma people in Hungary don‘t only suffer from poverty and
    social exclusion since the right-wing extremists party Jobbik
    entered the Hungarian government as Coalitionist of Prime
    Minister Viktor Orbáns Fidesz party this April. And even
    violent attacks have been reported before. But Jobbik croped
    the seed of underlying racism sowed by Fidesz and carried it
    into the centre of Hungarian society, And daily life will definitely
    not become easier for 700.000 Roma people in the country.

  • Roma people in Hungary don‘t only suffer from poverty and
    social exclusion since the right-wing extremists party Jobbik
    entered the Hungarian government as Coalitionist of Prime
    Minister Viktor Orbáns Fidesz party this April. And even
    violent attacks have been reported before. But Jobbik croped
    the seed of underlying racism sowed by Fidesz and carried it
    into the centre of Hungarian society, And daily life will definitely
    not become easier for 700.000 Roma people in the country.

  • Roma people in Hungary don‘t only suffer from poverty and
    social exclusion since the right-wing extremists party Jobbik
    entered the Hungarian government as Coalitionist of Prime
    Minister Viktor Orbáns Fidesz party this April. And even
    violent attacks have been reported before. But Jobbik croped
    the seed of underlying racism sowed by Fidesz and carried it
    into the centre of Hungarian society, And daily life will definitely
    not become easier for 700.000 Roma people in the country.

  • Roma people in Hungary don‘t only suffer from poverty and
    social exclusion since the right-wing extremists party Jobbik
    entered the Hungarian government as Coalitionist of Prime
    Minister Viktor Orbáns Fidesz party this April. And even
    violent attacks have been reported before. But Jobbik croped
    the seed of underlying racism sowed by Fidesz and carried it
    into the centre of Hungarian society, And daily life will definitely
    not become easier for 700.000 Roma people in the country.

  • Roma people in Hungary don‘t only suffer from poverty and
    social exclusion since the right-wing extremists party Jobbik
    entered the Hungarian government as Coalitionist of Prime
    Minister Viktor Orbáns Fidesz party this April. And even
    violent attacks have been reported before. But Jobbik croped
    the seed of underlying racism sowed by Fidesz and carried it
    into the centre of Hungarian society, And daily life will definitely
    not become easier for 700.000 Roma people in the country.


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