"Two independent members of parliament in Hungary has been thrown out from the state television company in Budapest. Together with a group of other members of the overnight stays in the building, as a continuation of the weekend's protests against the prime minister, Viktor Orbán."
"They were casted out by the security guards when they tried to read up a protesttext, according to the members themselves. Where, they demanded, among other things, that a new law that gives employers the right to require overtime of the employees are withdrawn. The members also want to see independent media and the courts."
"About 10 000 people demonstrated in the capital on Sunday against new laws from a government that many see as increasingly authoritarian. This is the fourth demonstration against the government in a week. The manifestation went to the big parts quiet, but late during the night fired police tear gas against protesters outside the tv station."