The social history of the Republic of Hungary

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Roma protest
Workers World, 11 December 1997. Mounting racism and discrimination in post-socialist Hungary, especially againt the major minority, the Roma and Sinti peoples (Gypsies).
Multicultural Paradise
RNN, 28 September 1998. The laws of minorities in Hungary are considered to be the best in Central Europe. Thirteen different minorities live in Hungary, that is about 10% of the population. The Serbians are traditional-minded and give their children Serbian and no Hungarian names, the other minorities are hardly speaking their own language any more. With the laws of minorities of 1993 the new Hungary tries to stop “Magyarizing”.