Apparently, police have taken away the President of the organization Richard Spencer, but at this point in time, there is no news of his whereabouts.
The private gathering took place in a bar and it seems that police raided the commercial outlet and took away the head of the organization, but the news still hasn't been confirmed by Hungarian officials.
Immigration and Nationalization Office said to Hungarian News Agency MTI on Saturday that Richard Bertrand Spencer couldn't produce documents to police proving he had valid official permit to stay in Hungary; as a result, police have taken Spencer into custody. Currently, the president of the organization has been kept at the Immigration and Naturalization Headquarters.
In addition, the Immigration and Nationalization Office laid charges against him. The nature of the charges hasn't been specified. - MTI
The Immigration and Naturalization Office has issued a statement stressing that the "traditionalist, nationalist and racist" leader of the National Policy Institute Richard Bertrand Spencer, an American citizen despite the fact that he knew that travel restrictions might be imposed on him due to his role in organizing "a racist conference" in Budapest traveled to Hungary.
While in custody, the Immigration and Nationalization Office commenced proceeding against Richard Bertrand Spencer (most likely, he will be expelled from the country; the government doesn't want to make a big fuss about this case, and want to close it as quickly as possible ed.).
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán ordered the interior minister on Monday to ban the National Policy Institute organized conference scheduled between October 3 and 5 in Budapest.
Interior Minister Sándor Pintér banned the conference on Monday and called on organizers to cancel the event. The interior minister also ordered national police chief Károly Papp to prevent the event from taking place by using all legal means at his disposal in the meantime, impose travel restrictions "on the notoriously racist speakers of the conference." - MTI