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Opposition mayor's remarks about "white, christian, heterosexual men" sparked fury amongst supporters of Hungary's right-wing governing party.
Budapest descended into hours of turmoil on Thursday due to closures because of Erdogan's motorcade and the accompanying protests.
Climate Strike Budapest: Thousands take to the streets to demand steps to avoid an ecological disaster
Ten Hungarian towns participated in the second global event. Protesters want to raise awareness of climate change and demand immediate action.
After George Soros, the migrants, and Jean-Claude Juncker, the next target of Fidesz's propaganda media was a high school girl from the countryside.
Saturday afternoon, the series of demonstrations against the Overtime Act continued in Budapest and numerous countryside locations.
The wave of anti-government demonstrations in Hungary resumed this weekend with heated speeches and cold temperatures.
The security guards took the MP to the ground, twisted his legs, kneeled on him and tried to kick his phone away.
Hungarians will protest the government once more this Saturday - Index is here to fill you in on the details.
Once again, several thousand people protested Hungary's government in Budapest on Friday night after the Overtime Act was signed into effect.
Index recaps the events of the week as protests against the Overtime Act, the administrative courts, and Fidesz's media are set to continue on Friday
The third consecutive night of protests against Orbán's overtime act and minister-controlled courts saw thousands take to the streets again.
Do you have no idea where protesters are, where they are going, and how they are getting there? Index in English is here to help you out.
Opposition MPs protested the Overtime Act, which the Parliament passed later, along with a law creating Minister-controlled administrative courts.
Students and professors are protesting with free lectures and debates at the square in front of Parliament in Budapest. Index explains why.
The Deputy PM would exclude locations of state ceremonies from the definition of public spaces, making it impossible to legally hold protests there.