Following the government politicians’ abstention, June 4th, the Day of National Cohesion, a.k.a. the anniversary of the signing of the Trianon Treaty, won’t be a public holiday in Hungary, conservative opposition politician János Bencsik reported.
The proposal was handed in by Bencsik, a former Jobbik lawmaker, now leader of right-wing ‘Civil Response’ and his fellow party member Tamás Sneider (former Jobbik leader), in order “to commemorate our national tragedy with dignity.”
According to Bencsik’s report, after …
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June 4th Won’t Be Public Holiday after Ruling Party MP’s Abstention
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