Pintér ordered to stop paramilitariesPosted: March 21, 2011
According to news from HATC, Hungary’s Interior Minister Sandor Pinter has been instructed to halt the activities of the Civil Guard and other paramilitary organizations.
Apparently Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Roma affairs state secretary Zoltán Balog, and Roma Authority president Flórián Farkas agreed that “job creation and education can primarily lead the way to improving the state of Roma.”
Let’s keep watch and see if their actions will support their words in any way.
In response, the Civil Guard leader Attila László told Magyar Nemzet at the weekend that there is a political will which finds it displeasing that Hungarians unite and defend themselves against criminals.
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