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Protest in Hungary Draws 15,000

Thousands of Hungarians surrounded the parliament building here for the third straight night to demand the ouster of the country’s prime minister after he admitted to lying “morning, noon and night” to win reelection in April. In what he thought was a private meeting, Ferenc Gyurcsany said in May that he had won reelection only by duping voters about how badly his party had run the country. “We have screwed up,” he said. “Not a little, but a lot. No country in Europe has screwed up as much as we have. . . . It was perfectly clear that what we were saying was not true.” Full Story

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