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Mi Hazank offers bounty for wanted Vietnamese guest worker

Opposition party Mi Hazank has said it is offering a one million forint bounty (EUR 2,620) for anyone who helps capture a Vietnamese guest worker accused of a sex crime.

Elod Novak, the radical party’s deputy leader, told a press conference on Sunday that there were “two types of migrant crime recognised by the government: Gypsy crime and … emerging guest-worker crime”.

The party is organising a protest for Aug. 29 in front of a prison in Budapest.

The Pest Central District Court has issued an arrest warrant for the individual in question, he said, adding that police had not managed to locate the man.

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