According to Amnesty International, gypsies are victims of violent attacks in Hungary, not the other way around.
Amnesty International will ask the European Commission to take urgent action against Hungary to stop violence and racial discrimination against the Roma people said the head of the organization's Hungarian wing Orsolya Jeney at Monday's press conference in Budapest.
According to Jeney, an effective action is needed to protect the Roma minority in Hungary.
Jeney announced that Amnesty International launches an international campaign asking EU Human Rights Commissioner Viviane Reding to use all available means in defending the Roma people from violent attacks and racial discrimination.
A signature collection campaign will be organized, not only in support of the "Roma", but to protect the basic rights of all EU citizens.
(MTI – hungarianambiance.com)