Gábor Staudt collected thirty three thousand nomination forms – five thousand more than required by the law

Friday, September 3, 2010

Gábor Staudt, Budapest mayoral candidate took the nomination forms into the electoral office in a suitcase. In a news-conference, he said the suitcase served as a symbolic message for political criminals, indicating that their time was up. They can pack their belongings and leave the city hall or the country if they want to for good.

He also took a raven in a cage symbolizing the need for accountability among political criminals ruled the city of Budapest, in the past twenty years.

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Lionel Baland said...

Article in French :

HungarianAmbiance said...

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