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On 14 February 2011 the police banned the Budapest Pride March, scheduled for 18 June 2011, following a request of the organisers to extend the march's route from the traditional one going from Heroes' Square to Elisabeth Square, to a route ending at Kossuth Square. [1] On 18 February 2011 the Metropolitan Court in its judgement overturned the police resolution. [2]




[1] 'Budapest már foglalt - A rendÅ‘rség betiltotta a melegfelvonulást' [Budapest is occupied - Police ban Gay Pride march], Népszabadság, 14.02.2011, available at: (Date of access: 20.02.2012)

[2] 'Court declares victory for the human rights of LGBT community right to freedom of assembly',, 22.02.2011, available at: (Date of access: 20.02.2012)