Demo in front of PMʼs house rejected
Péter Juhász (pictured), of opposition party Együtt (Together), has filed for permission to hold a demonstration in front of his own house, after being denied police permission to demonstrate in front of the house of Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
The police said that the demonstration consisting of 20 people, which was supposed to be more like a press conference and would have been followed by Juhász dropping a letter into Orbán’s mailbox, could not be held because “it would infringe on the rights and freedoms of others.”
In the letter, Juhász called for the dismissal of Fidesz Caucus Leader Antal Rogán by Orbán, as Juhász alleges that when MP Antal Rogán was mayor of District 5, district property was illegally sold to associates of Rogán at very low prices.
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