…and at MTVA’s headquarters A few days before the demonstration at MTVA opposition parties disrupted a session of parliament to protest the new overtime regulations eventually passed by the governing parties. Bertalan Tóth, the Socialist Party’s leader, said that when Fidesz won a two-thirds majority last April for a third time, it was time to conclude that the opposition’s parliamentary actions had been ineffective, and this is why they had decided to disrupt the plenary session. “This fight must go on until the power holders understand that the people do not want repression,” he said. Lajos Kepli, a Jobbik MP, said one big positive was that opposition forces were joining together as never before. Sándor Székely, a Democratic Coalition lawmaker, told the crowd not to allow Fidesz “to set up unlawful courts”. Tímea Szabó, co-leader of the Párbeszéd party, vowed to continue protesting in front of the public media headquarters until their demands are met and their petition is read out. She said it had been unprecedented since the 1990 change in political system for MPs to be removed by force from a public building. Szabó referred to the ejection of MPs Bernadett Szél, Ákos Hadházy and László Varju. The… Read full this story
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