Discrimination against Roma is not a Hungarian thing; it's pan-European. It's all well and good to say, "They can just go somewhere else in Europe," but, well, there wouldn't be much point in that, would there?
Is this persecution enough?
People keep saying these, but no one has named this magical discrimination-free land.
"We are aware that Roma are discriminated against and face a whole range of serious problems, not only in Hungary but also in many other Central and Eastern European countries", said Lloyd Dakin, UNHCR's Budapest-based regional representative. "But the problems that the Roma face should be tackled within the countries of origin."
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