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Continued protests against the Hungarian övertidslag
"Continued protests against the Hungarian övertidslag"

"the Protests continue in Hungary against the new övertidslagen as prime minister Orbán pushed through."

"when He was waving away the demonstrations as part of a campaign to support mass immigration."

"About 6 000 demonstrated in the capital city of Budapest on Saturday to show their displeasure against the law which gives the employer the right to require 400 extra hours a year per employee, compared to its previous 250 hours."

"We are opposed to almost everything that has happened since this government came to power," says the demonstrator Eva Dementer and aimed at the högernationalistiska the prime minister, Viktor Orbán, who governed the country since 2010."

"A similar demonstration was held on Friday evening in the city of Pecs, about 20 kilometers south of Budapest, according to the AP."

"the Law means that an employer can force employees to work up to two hours extra a day, which is equivalent to a working day in the week. The demonstrations have also been directed against another team that impedes the independence of the judiciary the control of the government."

"Orbán's party Fidesz wrote in a statement Thursday that the protests are part of a campaign for the EUROPEAN elections in may, to support those who want mass immigration into the EU. Orbán has previously said that the american-Hungarian billionaire George Soros is funding the protests."

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