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Hungary: Far-right demonstrators march through Budapest in honour of Miklos Horthy

2 17.11.2019 Инфо

W/S Mi Hazank (Hungarian far-right party) supporters march with torches, Budapest
M/S Mi Hazank supporters march with torches
C/U Torches
M/S Mi Hazank supporters march with torches
M/S Mi Hazank supporters
W/S Mi Hazank supporters march
M/S A woman bows to Mi Hazank supporters
M/S Mi Hazank supporters march with torches
M/S Mi Hazank supporters march with torches
M/S Mi Hazank supporters march
M/S Mi Hazank supporters march with banners and flags
C/U Miklos Horthy bust
SOT, Elod Novak, Mi Hazank member (Hungarian): "Dear celebrating crowd: Budapest dressed in red rags again, and in rainbow as well. People like us will have plenty of tasks. I quote Miklos Horthy's words from 100 years ago: 'This city denied it's past, denied it's crown, denied it's nation's colours, and dressed in red rags.' That's what Miklos Horthy said 100 years ago. And now the local government of Budapest under Gergely Karacsony denies it's 1000-year past as well."
M/S Mi Hazank supporters
W/S Mi Hazank supporters
W/S Mi Hazank supporters
W/S Mi Hazank supporters sing with torches
W/S Mi Hazank supporters sing with torches and flags
M/S Mi Hazank supporters sing with torches
SOT, Laszlo Toroczkai, Leader of Mi Hazank (Hungarian): "We'd like to be worthy of those ancestors of ours, of those Hungarians, who were members of Horthy's army and as heroes they marched into this red ragged city on this holy day. They did it, because they said, that this city, the capital belongs to Hungarians and not to aliens. We remember them. We are here, because we will continue their fight."
M/S Rival protesters chanting (Hungarian): "Dirty Nazis"
W/S Anti-far right demo
M/S Man talking to police *UPSOUND* (Hungarian): "Dirty Nazis"
W/S Police
M/S Rival protesters with banner
W/S Rival protesters with banner
SCRIPT
Supporters of Hungary's far-right Mi Hazank or Our Homeland Movement marched through the streets of Budapest on Saturday, honouring Miklos Horthy, country's regent from 1920 to 1944.
People marched with torches, flags and sang nationalistic songs.
"We'd like to be worthy of those ancestors of ours, of those Hungarians, who were members of Horthy's army and as heroes they marched into this red ragged city on this holy day. They did it, because they said, that this city, the capital belongs to Hungarians and not to aliens. We remember them. We are here, because we will continue their fight," said party leader Laszlo Toroczkai.
The rival protesters were also present with some heard chanting "dirty Nazis."