HUNGARY-ROMA-POLITICS-RACISM-DEMO : News Photo

HUNGARY-ROMA-POLITICS-RACISM-DEMO

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A participant of a rally holds a banner with a photo of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (R) and the governor FIDESZ party member Zsolt Bayer (L) during a demonstration organized by a small leftist party, the Democratic Coalition (DK), against racism, segregation, and hate speech in connection with a recent, anti-Roma article by journalist Zsolt Bayeran, on January 13, 2013 in Budapest. Several hundred members and supporters gathered in front of the headquarters of the ruling Fidesz party, of which Bayer is a member. In an article published last weekend, Bayer commented on a recent stabbing involving Roma suspects, and wrote that 'a significant number of Gypsies are unsuitable for co-existence [...] These Gypsies are animals and act as animals [...] they should not be tolerated or understood but punished.' AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK (Photo credit should read ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP/Getty Images)
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A participant of a rally holds a banner with a photo of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (R) and the governor FIDESZ party member Zsolt Bayer (L) during a demonstration organized by a small leftist party, the Democratic Coalition (DK), against racism, segregation, and hate speech in connection with a recent, anti-Roma article by journalist Zsolt Bayeran, on January 13, 2013 in Budapest. Several hundred members and supporters gathered in front of the headquarters of the ruling Fidesz party, of which Bayer is a member. In an article published last weekend, Bayer commented on a recent stabbing involving Roma suspects, and wrote that 'a significant number of Gypsies are unsuitable for co-existence [...] These Gypsies are animals and act as animals [...] they should not be tolerated or understood but punished.' AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK (Photo credit should read ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 13, 2013
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A participant of a rally holds a banner with a photo of Hungarian... News Photo 159404626Article,Banner,Budapest,Conflict,Connection,Fidesz,Furious,Governor,Holding,Horizontal,Hungarian Culture,Hungary,Journalist,Left-Wing,Organization,Organized Group,Participant,Photography,Political Party,Political Rally,Prime Minister,Protest,Racism,Segregation,Small,Speech,Viktor OrbanPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA participant of a rally holds a banner with a photo of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (R) and the governor FIDESZ party member Zsolt Bayer (L) during a demonstration organized by a small leftist party, the Democratic Coalition (DK), against racism, segregation, and hate speech in connection with a recent, anti-Roma article by journalist Zsolt Bayeran, on January 13, 2013 in Budapest. Several hundred members and supporters gathered in front of the headquarters of the ruling Fidesz party, of which Bayer is a member. In an article published last weekend, Bayer commented on a recent stabbing involving Roma suspects, and wrote that 'a significant number of Gypsies are unsuitable for co-existence [...] These Gypsies are animals and act as animals [...] they should not be tolerated or understood but punished.' AFP PHOTO / ATTILA KISBENEDEK (Photo credit should read ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP/Getty Images)