Victims Data
Victims Nationality/Ethnic Origin N/A
Victims Gender N/A
Victims Age N/A
Victims Number N/A
Fatalities - deaths N/A
Perpetrators Data
Perpetrators Nationality/Ethnic Origin Hungarian
Perpetrator Gender Male
Perpetrator Age N/A
Perpetrators Number 1
Extremist/Organised Group Violence No

In November 2012, anti-fascist demonstrations were organized in Budapest, reacting to speech in the Parliament by far-right Jobbik Party MP, Márton Gyöngyösi, who called for the establishment of a list of Jewish members of the parliament and government because, in his opinion, they may “pose a threat to the national security of Hungary”. Gyöngyösi later issued a communication, apologizing for his remark, and stating that it was misinterpreted.