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Hungarians Protest Slavery Laws In Budapest

Hungarian Boycotters are on their fourth day in Budapest protesting the policies coming from Leader Viktor Orban and his questionable labor reform.

Demonstrations within Hungary continue to surge because of the so-called Slavery Law.

Hundreds of people took part in the 4th day of marches opposing the practices of PM Viktor Orban, and the dubious labor reform laws endorsed last Wednesday.

Protesters coming from all adversary organizations and groups collected in Budapest’s Parliament Square.

These people called for the abolition of the legislation and even the resignation of Orban, who is undoubtedly chastised for his tyrannical mindset.

The labor reform permits companies to boost their employee’s overtime by 60 per-cent, which can lead Hungarians to work an extra 400 hrs annually.

The Hungarian Federal Government claims that the “labor reform is needed” to boost financial investments and to allow those that want to make more, to work a lot more hours.

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