Organizers view the police decision as a violation of their rights to assembly, and moved the demonstration 50 meters away.
The legislation would put further powers to dictate labor hours into the hands of employers, and provide loopholes for avoiding paying overtime.
With so many referendum proposals from Fidesz opponents, the government seems more than willing to drag its feet on approving referendums.
Fidesz’s civil organization CÖF admitted to having received between HUF 20-40 million from the party’s foundation.
The expanded list of weapons includes interceptor nets, grenade launchers, and assault rifles.
Head of the photo desk at news site Origo.hu János Ostyáni resigned from his position Tuesday after the pro-government online daily posted misleading photographs taken by an unknown photographer which then appeared in numerous other pro-government media outlets.
The Hungarian prime minister joins leaders of Azerbaijan, Belarus, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Sudan in praising Erdogan’s victory.
“And don’t forget, together we are very strong! We’ll meet again! ;)”
“I tell you: we too are very angry. Do you understand?”
A State Department spokesman acknowledged the tens of thousands of peaceful protesters on the streets of Budapest.