Anti-immigration and anti-globalisation movements are gaining ground in Hungary – especially ahead of next year’s parliamentary elections.

To investigate, euronews attended national Republic Day events around Hungary.

Rékasi Zsigmond Károly, a human rights activist, told euronews: “We are protesting because of the corruption in our country, because of the development of the police state, because of the demolishing of our civil rights. We are losing our freedoms step by step.”

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