The municipality sign of Hungarian speaking Ketergény in Ungvár county threatens Ukrainian unity

Friday, July 4, 2014

According to the chauvinist "Svoboda" party, the municipality sign of the Hungarian speaking village of Ketergény in Ungvár county contrary to Ukrainian law and must be removed.

In the current civil war situation, the Hungarian minority has no right to rename municipality signs, which is an anti-state act intended to disrupt the unity of the country said the head of the "Svoboda" party regional office Томаш Лелекач.

The "Svoboda" party submitted a complaint to the prosecutor's office and the highway agency demanding to investigate the case and punish those who were responsible for setting up the sign; and also to question the Hungarian Cultural Federation in Transcarpathia (KMKSZ) for similar activities.

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szebbjovot said...

Let's not be hypocritical, we complain that Jews in Hungary aren't patriotic enough, but when they are they are, for some they are still not 'real Hungarians'. It's the equivalent of putting the hoop a bit higher when nobody is looking to make it harder to jump through, and we shouldn't stoop to such trickery.

Angela Bogaczy said...

Hello, szebbjovot. Nice to run into you here. But I'm afraid I rather missed the point of your hoop-jumping metaphor. Are you castigating Hungarians or Svodoba?

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