Magdi Rúzsa was shocked by police brutality, in 2006

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Magdi will vote, for the first time in national election after getting her Hungarian citizenship, a few months ago. Now, she can freely voice her opinion about national issues and indeed, in her first public statement, she unequivocally denounced the extreme brutality, by which the criminal Gyurcsany regime cracked down on peaceful protesters, in the fall of 2006.

Magdi also found it outrageous that the regime campaigned against giving citizenship for Hungarians living in the lost territories, during the referendum, in 2005.

Magdi was the winner of Megastar song contest and represented Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki, Finnland.

According to Magdi, giving Hungarian citizenship to residents, in the lost territories is an emotional issue. They don't want to take advantage of the Hungarian social system but for them, the citizenship represents the feeling of belonging together.

The treasonous Gyurcsany regime knew this very well, that's why it campaigned so viscously against the motion of the citizenship act. The aim of the Gyurcsany regime was to disrupt this spiritual bond and create divisions between Hungarians living in the lost territories and those living in Hungary.

Despite the fact that Magdi comes from a Hungarian family living in Serbia, she had to go through humiliating procedures to get her Hungarian citizenship. She had to prove that she went Hungarian school and even her grandfather's birth certificate was rejected by authorities, at one point.

Let's hope, she knows which party is behind the issues important to her when casting her first vote, on April 11.

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