The radical Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement (HVIM) held a torch-lit march to commemorate the 101st anniversary of the Trianon peace treaty in Budapest on Friday evening.
Addressing the commemoration, László Toroczkai, leader of the non-parliamentary Mi Hazánk party, called on parliament to annul the 1921 law ratifying the WWI treaty under which two-thirds of Hungary’s territory was ceded to neighboring countries.
He said that with the potential emergence of a new world order following the coronavirus pandemic, Hungary had no way of knowing when it would get a chance to revise the treaty and “restore the historical Hungary”.
But if parliament fails to resolve the issue of Trianon, then it is the one standing in the way of the treaty’s revision, he said. Toroczkai insisted that a government that represented the interests of the people could fight to get the United Nations to declare the treaty void.
He also called for a law against the relativization of Trianon similar to the law against Holocaust denial.
HVIM leader Botond Kónyi-Kiss said the nations of the Carpathian Basin should unite against “dangers threatening Europe” such as immigration and “homosexual propaganda”.
The march was attended by some 500 people.
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