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Will the Hungarian Roma population continue to be impoverished by its government?

  • Hungarian Roma Will Suffer

    Thanks to the Hungarian government's unwillingness to help the Roma, the Hungarian Roma will continue to be impoverished and discriminated against. Hungary features one of the most radical governments that mistreats the Roma within its borders and doesn't look ready to change its ways any time soon for the time being.

  • The country is not trying to help.

    Yes, the Hungarian Roma population will continue to be impoverished by its government, because Hungary's government does not really want to solve the problem. Hungary's programs are not very aggressive in solving the problem. Until Hungary truly passes anti-immigration laws, the Roma population will continue to struggle to integrate into Hungarian society.

  • The Hungarian Roma population will continue to be impoverished by its government.

    The Hungarian Roma population will continue to be impoverished by its government. Their government does not seem to be concerned about improving the life conditions of their citizens. Most of them are fleeing to other countries just to have a better chance at life. I think their government should be doing more about it.

  • Things will stay the same.

    As sad as it is to say, the Hungarian Roma population will continue to be stepped upon until someone is willing to make a change at the governments level. Nothing can really change until people are willing to institute reformations that enhance the middle and lower classes way of life.

  • Roma Live on Fringe of Society

    The Roma people have always lived on the fringe of European society and they refuse to modernize because they want to keep their traditions. The Roma will continue to be discriminated against and will maintain their poverty until something drastic happens, unfortunately. It won't be until a disaster happens that Europe will take notice of the plight of the Roma.

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