Roma harassment in Gyongyospata does demonstrate the fractures within the Hungarian government. While the Roma are highly persecuted in this area, they're far less harassed in other areas of the region, which doesn't make any sense. The Hungarian government needs to get its act together and treat the Roma uniformly.
The harassment of Roma in Gyongyospata is a demonstration of fractures in the Hungarian government. This shows that there are disagreements and problems in the Hungarian government that need to be fixed. This is an issue that should be resolved by the government and should never have been an issue to begin with.
The Hungarian people need to stand up to their government and fight discrimination. Unfortunately, ethnic cleansing seems to be a recurring theme in Europe for centuries, if not decades. Adolf Hitler, Josef Stalin, the Spanish Inquisition, the former Yugoslavian republics and the former regime of Romania are all examples of ethnic discrimination taken too far. If something isn't done soon, the Roma situation will get worse if tolerance doesn't become the norm.
Yes, the harassment of Roma in Gyongyospata is a demonstration of fractures in the Hungarian government, because the situation demonstrates that there are disagreements in the Hungarian government about how to deal with the situation. Just like the general population, there are disagreements among politicians about how to deal with the sensitive situation.
No, the harassment of Roma in Gyongyospata is not a demonstration of fractures in the Hungarian government, because the government cannot specifically control what people do. The Hungarian government is doing all it can to help its diverse population. They cannot control what each person in its country might do towards a specific individual or group. The country by itself is not responsible.