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OMRI DAILY DIGEST
No. 117, 17 June 1996

WORLD CONGRESS OF HUNGARIANS UNHAPPY WITH GOVERNMENT'S MINORITY POLICY.
Hungarian Prime Minister Gyula Horn was booed and whistled by delegates
to the fourth World Congress of Hungarians in Budapest on 15 June when
he explained that the government is not planning changes in its foreign
minority policy, Hungarian media reported. Horn reiterated that Hungary
will not seek the revision of borders but that it will insist on
guaranteeing minority rights. He asked Hungarian minorities to make
clear their concept of autonomy and to distance themselves from
separatist declarations. Delegates warned that ethnic Hungarians abroad
are second-class citizens not only in their own homeland but also
compared with Hungarian citizens. Nationalist circles and the opposition
have blamed the government for trading minority rights for the signing
of the Slovak-Hungarian treaty. -- Zsofia Szilagyi

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