PM calls for zero tolerance against rioters

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The government will not tolerate any more violent protests and authorities will use the most forceful means against rioters, Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány said at a cabinet session on Wednesday.

Gyurcsány said the street violence on Monday and Tuesday nights was caused by troublemakers who used peaceful demonstrators as a cover, while "probing the tolerance of the republic" and committing criminal acts. Gyurcsány called for the most forceful means under effective regulations against anyone who disrupts public order.

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