Hungary -Taxi drivers hold demo in Budapest May 1, 2012

Taxi drivers demonstrated in Budapest to protest against the planned rules of the local government of the capital. Some 200 drivers of different taxi companies gathered in the centre of Budapest, holding a funeral procession to demonstrate burying the profession. Trade union leader Zsolt Farkas told that the new technical requirements would bar most vehicles currently used. The drivers are also demanding fixed tariffs for all companies and drivers.

Source: Maté Komiljovics

 

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