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Re: <nettime> Hungarian government chasing CEU
János Sugár on Mon, 3 Apr 2017 02:37:31 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Hungarian government chasing CEU

At 10:58 AM +0200 4/2/17, christa schneebauer wrote:

>After a daytrip to Budapest yesterday and reading all your posts in the
>Train in the evening: i went there to see how it feels like After all
>the news coverage, and i must say i liked it (as i always did) i was
>observing People sitting outside eating delicious food , there were a
>lot of nice Events going on (dancing, craftmanship, collective beer
>drinking and cycling)

Nearly half of Hungarians live in households where poverty, unemployment
or social disenfranchisement are present, a representative survey from
the Tárki polling agency has found.  Demarcating the poverty line as
earnings of 60% of the average salary, Tárki reported that 17.7% of
Hungarian citizens lived under such conditions in 2012, also the highest
number seen since polling began with regime change.


Freedom for Education movement demonstration photo preview

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