terça-feira, 21 de abril de 2015

Hungary: Thousands of protesters against corruption

To Hungary, which was under a program of "adjustment" of the IMF and the European Union when Orbán assumed roles, did not however great progress, and the corruption scandals involving the Government only exacerbated the trust and discontent.

"If I had quit the Government and called a new election. Another Government would be better. It seems that any other situation would be better. They abuse us. "

"I would like to consolidate the country to create more balance.They should build, not destroy. "

Corruption, but also the austerity and the deterioration of relations between Budapest and Brussels are some of the aspects of this challenge. The Envoy of Euronews, Attila Magyar, reports:

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