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Recently, organizers expect thousands of people to participate in the demonstration this time – as the event posted on Facebook shows, the interest is similarly great.

While the global climate crisis is getting worse and we are relentlessly heading toward global warming of more than 1.5 degrees, the Hungarian government is not only taking substantive steps to halt the climate catastrophe, but has used the coronavirus pandemic to further destroy our natural landscape. Origins! Under the heading of “development”, the green spaces and natural habitats remaining in Hungary are being built on a rapid scale, even in the national parks and Natura 2000 areas. Factories and luxury hotels grow out of the land in a row of forests and reeds, in all conditions without consultation and against the will of the local population

– Stands in the description of the climate strike. The regulators also added that for the current government, environmental protection is nothing more than an obstacle that must be removed before free destruction, even greater investment and greater profits. They say the country’s leaders are selling and exchanging the souls of future generations for change, and there is no way they can afford that.

The demonstration will take place on March 25 in Budapest, and the program and itinerary will be as follows:

  • 10:00 – Gathering in Deák Ferenc Square in front of the Lutheran Church
  • 10:30 – Departure to Kossuth tér on Erzsébet tér, József Attila utca, Nádor utca
  • 11:30 – Arrival at Kossuth Square.

Organizers have also drawn increased attention to the fact that the climate strike takes place in a completely nonviolent, nonpartisan setting. To this end, everyone is also asked to leave banners, badges, and partisan political scandals at home.

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(Cover photo: Participants in the Budapest protest related to the 4th global climate strike at Kossuth Lajos in front of Parliament on November 29, 2019. Photo: Zoltán Balogh/MTI)