The radical nationalist Mi Hazank Movement party has filed a complaint at the public prosecutor’s office over alleged plans by the Opre Roma Party to organise a “Roma province” in northern Hungary, Mi Hazánk’s leader said on Wednesday.
Mi Hazánk accuses the Opre Roma Party of plans to upset the constitutional order of Hungary, László Toroczkai said.
Opre plans to create a “Roma province” in the area of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County, Heves County, Nógrád County and Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County and to raise the Roma flag on Kékestető, Hungary’s highest peak, he added.
Mi Hazánk does not want a “second Trianon” and therefore such plans must be “nipped in the bud”, he added.
On the featured photo: László Toroczkai. Photo by Balázs Mohai/MTI