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Büki insists on country-wide blockade

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Apparently driven by yesterday’s two successful mini blockades that he organized, Együtt MP Zoltán Büki (pictured) said on the event’s official Facebook page that he is now committed to holding further mini blockades until he receives approval for a country-wide demonstration.

“This was just the beginning” Büki wrote on the Facebook page adding that “there will be more action, and everyone can be sure that the country-wide blockade will not be canceled, we are just waiting for Strasbourg’s ruling”.

Büki had originally organized a country-wide road blockade scheduled for Sunday, against the recently introduced vignette-based road toll system, but the police rejected his application numerous times.

The Facebook for the event has amassed more than 7,700 supporters, who are expected to appear at the country-wide blockade, should such an event take place.

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