Fidelitas launches ‘Provocateur Observerʼ group
The youth association of Hungary’s ruling party Fidesz, Fidelitas, has launched a new team called “Provocateur Observer” in order to compile lists of all those “leftist provocateurs” who try to “ruin others’ events”, Hungarian online daily origo.hu reported.
The team said it was inspired by the “happenings of March 15” when a dozen pro- and anti-Fidesz individuals got into fight prior to a speech by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
The team had established a Facebook page, where they have already listed people they claim to be associates of opposition parties disguising themselves as “civilians”, but apparently it was taken down. The youth association of opposition party Együtt (Together), called Y-gen, filed an official report against an unknown individual for abusing personal data, the party reported today. Since then, the Fidelitasʼ Facebook page, which had more than 300 followers, became unavailable.
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