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Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Nationalist party stages "pro-Hungarian" demo (Hungary)

Some 1,000 supporters of the radical nationalist Jobbik party staged a demonstration in Gyongyospata, a small town in northern Hungary, on Sunday, saying that crime had increased in the area.

Jobbik leader Gabor Vona insisted that the protest was not "anti-Gypsy" but "pro-Hungarian".

"We want peace and calm," he added.

Vona said that the government and the national police had failed to ensure public order since the general elections last April, and called on Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Interior Minister Sandor Pinter and police leaders to resign.

Deputy leader of Jobbik Tamas Sneider said his party was against crime in general, but "ethnic crime" was especially unacceptable. He suggested that criminals consituted "ethnically homogeneous groups", which he said could trigger unrest and (anti-Roma) pogroms in the country.

Some 200 police officers were present to secure the demonstration, an unnamed source from the site told MTI.