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December 23, 2011
Police remove former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party...
Budapest, Hungary
Police remove former Hungarian PM Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party blocking lawmakers...
Police remove former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party blocking lawmakers from entering the parliament building in Budapest December 23, 2011. Hungary plans to pass laws on Friday to revamp the electoral system and an economic law strongly objected by the EU, which the LMP party say are a blow to democracy. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
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December 23, 2011
Police remove former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party...
Budapest, Hungary
Police remove former Hungarian PM Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party blocking lawmakers...
Police remove former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party blocking lawmakers from entering the parliament building in Budapest December 23, 2011. Hungary plans to pass laws on Friday to revamp the electoral system and an economic law strongly objected by the EU, which the LMP party say are a blow to democracy. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
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December 23, 2011
Police remove former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party...
Budapest, Hungary
Police remove former Hungarian PM Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party blocking lawmakers...
Police remove former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany from a protest by the opposition LMP party blocking lawmakers from entering the parliament building in Budapest December 23, 2011. Hungary plans to pass laws on Friday to revamp the electoral system and an economic law strongly objected by the EU, which the LMP party say are a blow to democracy. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
HUNGARY
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October 17, 2011
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest October...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest October 17, 2011. A parliament committee proposes that parliament should lift former prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany's immunity to allow prosecutors to question him related to a casino investment project during his term in office. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
RTR2SRAA
October 17, 2011
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi attends an interview with Reuters in Budapest October 17,...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi attends an interview with Reuters in Budapest
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi attends an interview with Reuters in Budapest October 17, 2011. A parliament committee proposes that parliament should lift former prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany's immunity to allow prosecutors to question him related to a casino investment project during his term in office. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
HUNGARY
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October 17, 2011
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest October...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest October 17, 2011. A parliament committee proposes that parliament should lift former prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany's immunity to allow prosecutors to question him related to a casino investment project during his term in office. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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October 17, 2011
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi gestures during an interview with Reuters in Budapest October...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi gestures during an interview with Reuters in Budapest
Hungary's Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi gestures during an interview with Reuters in Budapest October 17, 2011. A parliament committee proposes that parliament should lift former prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany's immunity to allow prosecutors to question him related to a casino investment project during his term in office. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
HUNGARY
RTR2S5V1
October 03, 2011
Former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany walks with his daughter as he leaves the prosecutors'...
Budapest, Hungary
Former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany walks with his daughter as he leaves the prosecutors'...
Former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany walks with his daughter as he leaves the prosecutors' office after being questioned as a suspect in Budapest, October 3, 2011. Gyurcsany was questioned on suspicion of abuse of authority in relation to a casino project under his second term in office which ended in 2009. He said the allegations are unfounded and politically motivated. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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October 03, 2011
Former Hungarian Socialist prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany walks with his children as he leaves the prosecutors'...
Budapest, Hungary
Former Hungarian Socialist prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany walks with his children as he leaves the prosecutors'...
Former Hungarian Socialist prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany walks with his children as he leaves the prosecutors' office after being questioned as a suspect in Budapest, on October 3, 2011. Gyurcsany will be questioned on suspicion of abuse of authority in relation to a casino project under his second term in office which ended in 2009. He said the allegations are unfounded and politically motivated. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
RTR2S5UR
October 03, 2011
The mother of former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany stands outside the prosecution...
Budapest, Hungary
The mother of former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany stands outside the prosecution...
The mother of former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany stands outside the prosecution building as Gyurcsany is questioned by prosecutors in Budapest October 3, 2011. Gyurcsany will be questioned on suspicion of abuse of authority in relation to a casino project under his second term in office which ended in 2009. He said the allegations are unfounded and politically motivated. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
RTR2S5UO
October 03, 2011
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned...
Budapest, Hungary
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned...
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned by prosecutors in Budapest October 3, 2011. Gyurcsany will be questioned on suspicion of abuse of authority in relation to a casino project under his second term in office which ended in 2009. He said the allegations are unfounded and politically motivated. The banners read "We are not afraid". The yellow banner reads "Mr. Orban (ruling prime minister), hatred kills the soul." REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
RTR2S5UL
October 03, 2011
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned...
Budapest, Hungary
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned...
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned by prosecutors in Budapest October 3, 2011. Gyurcsany will be questioned on suspicion of abuse of authority in relation to a casino project under his second term in office which ended in 2009. He said the allegations are unfounded and politically motivated. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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October 03, 2011
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned...
Budapest, Hungary
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned...
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned by prosecutors in Budapest October 3, 2011. Gyurcsany will be questioned on suspicion of abuse of authority in relation to a casino project under his second term in office which ended in 2009. He said the allegations are unfounded and politically motivated. The banner reads "We are not afraid". REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
RTR2S5UA
October 03, 2011
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned...
Budapest, Hungary
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned...
Socialist supporters demonstrate as former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany is questioned by prosecutors in Budapest October 3, 2011. Gyurcsany will be questioned on suspicion of abuse of authority in relation to a casino project under his second term in office which ended in 2009. He said the allegations are unfounded and politically motivated. The banners read "We are not afraid". REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
RTR2S5U5
October 03, 2011
Former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany says goodbye to his mother as he leaves for...
Budapest, Hungary
Former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany says goodbye to his mother as he leaves for...
Former Hungarian Socialist Prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany says goodbye to his mother as he leaves for questioning by prosecutors in Budapest October 3, 2011. Gyurcsany will be questioned on suspicion of abuse of authority in relation to a casino project under his second term in office which ended in 2009. He said the allegations are unfounded and politically motivated. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY-PM/IMMUNITY
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September 06, 2011
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest in this...
Budapest, Hungary
File photo of Hungarian PM Gyurcsany speaking during an interview with Reuters in Budapest
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest in this February 16, 2009 file photo. A Hungarian parliamentary committee proposed on September 6, 2011 that parliament suspend the immunity of Gyurcsany to allow prosecutors to question him about a casino investment during his term in office, which ended in early 2009 when he stepped down amid an escalating economic crisis. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo/Files (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
HUNGARY-PM/IMMUNITY
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September 06, 2011
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest in this...
Budapest, Hungary
File photo of Hungarian PM Gyurcsany speaking during an interview with Reuters in Budapest
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest in this February 16, 2009 file photo. A Hungarian parliamentary committee proposed on September 6, 2011 that parliament suspend the immunity of Gyurcsany to allow prosecutors to question him about a casino investment during his term in office, which ended in early 2009 when he stepped down amid an escalating economic crisis. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo/Files (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
HUNGARY-PM/IMMUNITY
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September 06, 2011
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest in this...
Budapest, Hungary
File photo of Hungarian PM Gyurcsany speaking during an interview with Reuters in Budapest
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during an interview with Reuters in Budapest in this February 16, 2009 file photo. A Hungarian parliamentary committee proposed on September 6, 2011 that parliament suspend the immunity of Gyurcsany to allow prosecutors to question him about a casino investment during his term in office, which ended in early 2009 when he stepped down amid an escalating economic crisis. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo/Files (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
HUNGARY
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April 16, 2011
People listen during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration against the government's...
Budapest, Hungary
People listen during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration against the government's...
People listen during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration against the government's new constitution in Budapest April 16, 2011. The movement was launched in September 2008 at the initiative of former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany. Thousands protested against the ruling Fidesz party's overhaul of Hungary's constitution next week, which critics say will weaken democratic checks and balances even if it improves state finances. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY
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April 16, 2011
Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration...
Budapest, Hungary
Former Prime Minister Gyurcsany speaks during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration...
Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration against the government's new constitution in Budapest April 16, 2011. The movement was launched in September 2008 at the initiative of former Prime Minister Gyurcsany.Thousands protested against the ruling Fidesz party's overhaul of Hungary's constitution next week, which critics say will weaken democratic checks and balances even if it improves state finances. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 16, 2011
Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration...
Budapest, Hungary
Former Prime Minister Gyurcsany speaks during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration...
Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks during a civil movement Hungarian Democratic Charter demonstration against the government's new constitution in Budapest April 16, 2011. The movement was launched in September 2008 at the initiative of former Prime Minister Gyurcsany.Thousands protested against the ruling Fidesz party's overhaul of Hungary's constitution next week, which critics say will weaken democratic checks and balances even if it improves state finances. In the background, banner reads "For Hungary, for republic". REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY/
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November 23, 2010
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany answers a question during a news briefing in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany answers a question during a news briefing in Budapest...
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany answers a question during a news briefing in Budapest November 23, 2010. Gyurcsany, who in a controversial 2006 speech admitted to lying about the economy to win re-election, resigned in 2009. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY/
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November 23, 2010
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany listens to a question during a news briefing in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany listens to a question during a news briefing in Budapest...
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany listens to a question during a news briefing in Budapest November 23, 2010. Gyurcsany, who in a controversial 2006 speech admitted to lying about the economy to win re-election, resigned in 2009. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
HUNGARY/
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November 23, 2010
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany listens to a question during a news briefing in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany listens to a question during a news briefing in Budapest...
Former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany listens to a question during a news briefing in Budapest November 23, 2010. Gyurcsany, who in a controversial 2006 speech admitted to lying about the economy to win re-election, resigned in 2009. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 14, 2009
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14,...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14, 2009. Bajnai took over from Socialist Ferenc Gyurcsany, who stepped down last month. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 14, 2009
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14,...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14, 2009. Bajnai took over from Socialist Ferenc Gyurcsany, who stepped down last month. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 14, 2009
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14,...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14, 2009. Bajnai took over from Socialist Ferenc Gyurcsany, who stepped down last month. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 14, 2009
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14,...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest
Hungary's new Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai takes the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14, 2009. Bajnai took over from Socialist Ferenc Gyurcsany, who stepped down last month. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 14, 2009
Journalists listen to Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai's speech before he took the oath...
Budapest, Hungary
Journalists listen to Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai's speech before he took the oath...
Journalists listen to Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai's speech before he took the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest, April 14, 2009. Bajnai took over from Socialist Ferenc Gyurcsany, who stepped down last month. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 14, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai delivers a speech before taking the oath of office in...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai delivers a speech before taking the oath of office in...
Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai delivers a speech before taking the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14, 2009. Bajnai took over from Socialist Ferenc Gyurcsany, who stepped down last month. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 14, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai delivers a speech before taking the oath of office in...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai delivers a speech before taking the oath of office in...
Hungarian Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai delivers a speech before taking the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14, 2009. Bajnai took over from Socialist Ferenc Gyurcsany, who stepped down last month. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 14, 2009
Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai reacts before taking the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai reacts before taking oath of office in Parliament in Budapest
Prime Minister Designate Gordon Bajnai reacts before taking the oath of office in Parliament in Budapest April 14, 2009. Bajnai took over from Socialist Ferenc Gyurcsany, who stepped down last month. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
HUNGARY
RTXDNOR
April 05, 2009
Hungarian journalists work during ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest on April 5,2009. Prime...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian journalists work during ruling Socialist party's congress
Hungarian journalists work during ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest on April 5,2009. Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to pick Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai(HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai (R) and Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany(L)...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnaiand Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany attend...
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai (R) and Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany(L) attend Socialist party's congress in Budapest April 5,2009 to ask for support for his crisis management programme. Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to pick Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai(HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY/
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April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress as Hungary's...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress as Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (L) listens to him in Budapest on April 5, 2009 to ask for support for his crisis management programme. Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to pick Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai(HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY/
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April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian PM designate Bajnai speaks to ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest April 5, 2009 to ask for support for his crisis management programme. Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to pick Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
RTXDNKE
April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany introduces his successor, Gordon Bajnai, to the ruling Socialist...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks at Socialist party's congress
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany introduces his successor, Gordon Bajnai, to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest April 5, 2009. Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to support Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai(HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
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April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany introduces his successor, Gordon Bajnai, to the ruling Socialist...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany speaks at Socialist party's congress
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany introduces his successor, Gordon Bajnai, to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest April 5 2009. Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to support Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai(HUNGARY POLITICS BUSINESS)
HUNGARY/
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April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest on April 5,2009 to ask for support for his crisis management programme. Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to pick Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai(HUNGARY POLITICS)
HUNGARY
RTXDNJU
April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress to ask...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress to ask for support for his crisis management programme in Budapest April 5,2009. Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to pick Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai(HUNGARY POLITICS)
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April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian PM designate Bajnai speaks to ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest April 5, 2009 to ask for support for his crisis management programme. Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to pick Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY POLITICS)
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April 05, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian PM designate Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest
Hungarian Prime Minister designate Gordon Bajnai speaks to the ruling Socialist party's congress in Budapest April 5, 2009 to ask for support for his crisis management programme. Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany announced on March 21 that he would step down and asked his party to pick Bajnai, his economy minister, as his replacement. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY POLITICS BUSINESS)
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April 04, 2009
France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy pose with spouses of NATO heads of state and government, Archbishop...
Strasbourg, France
NATO heads of state and government pose with Archbishop Grallet and canon Eckert in front of the Strasbourg's...
France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy pose with spouses of NATO heads of state and government, Archbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet (C) and canon Bernard Eckert (8th) in front of the Strasbourg's Cathedral April 4, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. From L to R : Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Anne-Mette Rasmussen, wife of Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Anu Ansip, wife of Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, Joachim Sauer, husband of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Klara Dobrev, wife of Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, arbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet, canon Bernard Eckert, Jeannine de Hoop Scheffer-van Oorschot, wife of NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, Geertrui Van Rompuy, wife of Belgium's Prime Minister Herman Van Rompuy, U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, Liri Berisha, wife of Albania's Prime Minister Sali Berisha, unidentified, Laureen Harper, wife of Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper andTeura Topi, wife of Albania's President Bamir Topi. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
NATO/
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April 04, 2009
France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (C) poses with Joachim Sauer (L), husband of German Chancellor...
Strasbourg, France
France's first lady Bruni-Sarkozy (C) poses with Joachim Sauer, Klara Dobrev, Archbishop Jean-Pierre...
France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (C) poses with Joachim Sauer (L), husband of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Klara Dobrev (2ndL), wife of Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, Archbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet (2nd R) and canon Bernard Eckert (R) in front of the Strasbourg's Cathedral April 4, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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April 04, 2009
France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (6th L) speaks with Archbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet (C) and canon...
Strasbourg, France
France's first lady Bruni-Sarkozy speaks with Archbishop Grallet and canon Eckert as they pose in front...
France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (6th L) speaks with Archbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet (C) and canon Bernard Eckert (8th) as they pose in front of the Strasbourg's Cathedral April 4, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. From L to R : Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Anne-Mette Rasmussen, wife of Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Anu Ansip, wife of Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, Joachim Sauer, husband of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Klara Dobrev, wife of Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, arbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet, canon Bernard Eckert, Jeannine de Hoop Scheffer-van Oorschot, wife of NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, Geertrui Van Rompuy, wife of Belgium's Prime Minister Herman Van Rompuy, U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, Liri Berisha, wife of Albania's Prime Minister Sali Berisha, unidentified, Laureen Harper, wife of Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper andTeura Topi, wife of Albania's President Bamir Topi. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
NATO/
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April 04, 2009
France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (6th L) speaks with Archbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet (C) and canon...
Strasbourg, France
France's first lady Bruni-Sarkozy speaks with Archbishop Grallet and canon Eckert as they pose in front...
France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (6th L) speaks with Archbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet (C) and canon Bernard Eckert (8th) as they pose in front of the Strasbourg's Cathedral April 4, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. From L to R : Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Anne-Mette Rasmussen, wife of Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Anu Ansip, wife of Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, Joachim Sauer, husband of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Klara Dobrev, wife of Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, arbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet, canon Bernard Eckert, Jeannine de Hoop Scheffer-van Oorschot, wife of NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, Geertrui Van Rompuy, wife of Belgium's Prime Minister Herman Van Rompuy, U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, Liri Berisha, wife of Albania's Prime Minister Sali Berisha, unidentified, Laureen Harper, wife of Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper andTeura Topi, wife of Albania's President Bamir Topi. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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April 04, 2009
Hayrunnisa Gul, wife of Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (L-R), Liri Berisha, wife of Albania's Prime...
Strasbourg, France
Spouses of NATO leaders arrive to Strasbourg Cathedral
Hayrunnisa Gul, wife of Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (L-R), Liri Berisha, wife of Albania's Prime Minister Sali Berisha, Klara Dobrev, wife of Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, Joachim Sauer, husband of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy arrive to Strasbourg Cathedral (Notre-Dame de Strasbourg), April 4, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. The person at left is unidentified. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE)
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April 04, 2009
Hayrunnisa Gul, wife of Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (2L-R), Joachim Sauer, husband of German Chancellor...
Strasbourg, France
Spouses of NATO leaders arrive to Strasbourg Cathedral
Hayrunnisa Gul, wife of Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (2L-R), Joachim Sauer, husband of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Jeannine de Hoop Scheffer-van Oorschot, wife of NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, Anu Ansip, wife of Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip and Klara Dobrev, wife of Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, arrive to Strasbourg Cathedral (Notre-Dame de Strasbourg), April 4, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. The person at left is unidentified. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE)
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April 04, 2009
Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Estonia's Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, Greece's Prime...
Strasbourg, France
Heads of state and government observe a minute of silence during a ceremony in Strasbourg
Denmark's Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Estonia's Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, Greece's Prime Minister Kostas Karamanlis, Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, Iceland's Minister of Foreign Affairs Ossur Skarphedinsson and EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana (L-R) observe a minute of silence to honour NATO military personnel for service in operational theatres during a ceremony on the French side of the Two Banks bridge on the Rhine river in Strasbourg April 4, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. REUTERS/Jason Reed (FRANCE POLITICS MILITARY)
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April 03, 2009
Croatia's President Stjepan Mesic (2nd R) speaks with Croatia's Prime Minister Ivo Sanader (R) as they...
Kehl, Germany
NATO heads of state and government walk on the "Two Banks Bridge" on the Rhine river in Kehl
Croatia's President Stjepan Mesic (2nd R) speaks with Croatia's Prime Minister Ivo Sanader (R) as they walk with Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (C), Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) and Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany on the "Two Banks Bridge" on the Rhine river in Kehl April 4, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
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April 03, 2009
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (R) and his wife Klara Dobrev arrive for a Cultural Event during...
Baden-Baden, Germany
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and his wife Klara Dobrev arrive for a Cultural Event during...
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (R) and his wife Klara Dobrev arrive for a Cultural Event during the NATO summit at the Kurhaus in Baden-Baden April 3, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
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April 03, 2009
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (R) and his wife Klara Dobrev arrive for the NATO summit at...
Baden-Baden, Germany
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and his wife Klara Dobrev arrive for the NATO summit at the...
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (R) and his wife Klara Dobrev arrive for the NATO summit at the Kurhaus in Baden-Baden April 3, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
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April 02, 2009
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (L) talks to Czech Republic's President Vaclav Klaus as they...
Baden-Baden, Germany
Hungary's Prime Minister Gyurcsany talks to Czech Republic's President Klaus in Baden-Baden
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (L) talks to Czech Republic's President Vaclav Klaus as they arrive for the working dinner for NATO heads of state and government in Baden-Baden, April 3, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY POLITICS MILITARY)
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April 02, 2009
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (3L) and his wife Klara Dobrev (3R) pose with German Chancellor...
Baden-Baden, Germany
Hungary's Prime Minister Gyurcsany and his wife Dobrev pose with German Chancellor Merkel, her husband...
Hungary's Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany (3L) and his wife Klara Dobrev (3R) pose with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, her husband Joachim Sauer, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (L-R) before the cultural event at Kurhaus in Baden-Baden, April 3, 2009. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance is celebrating its 60th anniversary this week at a summit co-hosted by Germany and France. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
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March 30, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany talks during a news conference as prime minister designate...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany talks during a news conference as prime minister designate...
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany talks during a news conference as prime minister designate Gordon Bajnai waits in Budapest March 30, 2009. Hungary's opposition Free Democrats have endorsed Bajnai, the ruling Socialists' nominee to replace Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, party chairman Gabor Fodor said on Monday. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY POLITICS)
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March 30, 2009
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany leaves a news conference as prime minister designate Gordon...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian Prime Minister Gyurcsany leaves news conference as prime minister designate Bajnai prepares...
Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany leaves a news conference as prime minister designate Gordon Bajnai (L) prepares to speak in Budapest March 30, 2009. Hungary's opposition Free Democrats have endorsed Bajnai, the ruling Socialists' nominee to replace Gyurcsany, party chairman Gabor Fodor said on Monday. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY POLITICS)
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March 30, 2009
Prime minister designate Gordon Bajnai attends a news conference in Budapest March 30, 2009. Hungary's...
Budapest, Hungary
Prime minister designate Gordon Bajnai attends a news conference in Budapest
Prime minister designate Gordon Bajnai attends a news conference in Budapest March 30, 2009. Hungary's opposition Free Democrats have endorsed Bajnai, the ruling Socialists' nominee to replace Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, party chairman Gabor Fodor said on Monday. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
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March 25, 2009
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest March...
BUDAPES, Hungary
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest March 25, 2009. Hungary's opposition Free Democrats (SZDSZ) said on Wednesday that former central bank Governor Gyorgy Suranyi was acceptable to them as a candidate to replace outgoing Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany. Hungary's ruling Socialists on Tuesday proposed three candidates for prime minister: Suranyi, former head of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Ferenc Glatz and Vertes. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY BUSINESS POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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March 25, 2009
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest March...
BUDAPES, Hungary
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest March 25, 2009. Hungary's opposition Free Democrats (SZDSZ) said on Wednesday that former central bank Governor Gyorgy Suranyi was acceptable to them as a candidate to replace outgoing Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany. Hungary's ruling Socialists on Tuesday proposed three candidates for prime minister: Suranyi, former head of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Ferenc Glatz and Vertes. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY BUSINESS POLITICS)
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March 25, 2009
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest March...
BUDAPES, Hungary
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest
Andras Vertes, head of the GKI economic research institute, speaks at a news conference in Budapest March 25, 2009. Hungary's opposition Free Democrats (SZDSZ) said on Wednesday that former central bank Governor Gyorgy Suranyi was acceptable to them as a candidate to replace outgoing Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany. Hungary's ruling Socialists on Tuesday proposed three candidates for prime minister: Suranyi, former head of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Ferenc Glatz and Vertes. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY BUSINESS POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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