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Thursday, 20 May 2010

Banned Hungarian Guard members reportedly join civil guards by the hundreds

Members of the Hungarian Guard, the banned uniformed arm of the radical nationalist Jobbik party, are joining civil-guard organisations by the hundreds, daily Nepszabadsag said on Wednesday.

The court has ruled that anyone contributing to the operation of the banned organisation may be punished by up to one year in prison.
The guard is planning a large meeting in the middle of the summer where they plan to publish details on how to survive the ban, the paper said.

The guard's local organisation in Baranya County in southern Hungary voluntarily took down their internet homepage before the court ruling was published.

"Despite all statements that show the contrary, we are trying to abide by the law," captain Norbert Horvath told Nepszabadsag.
Chief captain Robert Kiss declined to comment on reports about growing tension between the Hungarian Guard and Jobbik. At the same time, he said that many guard members have also been members of civil guards for years.