Thousands in Hungary Use Holiday to Rally Against Government

Thousands of Hungarians rallied against Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government on Sunday, venting anger over allegations of corruption and a secretive nuclear deal with Russia, Hungary's former communist overlord. While his fans hail him as a champion of national sovereignty, his opponents accuse him of a power grab and filling key public sector posts with party loyalists. Jozsef Banizs, a sales manager in his fifties said, "There may have been mistakes over the past 20-25 years, but the country was definitely on the right track."