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HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
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November 07, 2014 
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Marton Gulyas, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet... 
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside his office in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary?s conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organised last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channelled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST) 
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