Neo-Nazi patrols ‘banned’ in Hungarian Roma village
The Hungarian police have reacted to a neo-Nazi vigilante group’s patrols, which brought fear into a Roma (Gypsy) village.
Previously, the Roma from the village of Gyongyospata decided to evacuate hundreds of women and children, who left their homes on Red Cross buses.
This decision came after the group, calling itself Vedero and described in initial reports as “far-right”, set up a camp near their homes.
The group’s uniformed members then started paroling the village streets.
The local police refused to react, which prompted the evacuation of the villagers.
The Hungarian government, however, reacted by “banning the patrols”, said reports.