Radical nationalists hold E Hungary demo against rising crime

Budapest, May 17 (MTI) – Members and sympathisers of radical nationalist party Jobbik held a demonstration in the town Kunhegyes in eastern Hungary in protest against recent crimes committed in the area.

Around 500 people gathered at the demo in front of the town hall, where Jobbik deputy leader Csanad Szegedi called on the government to take action against what he termed “Gypsy crime”.