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Hungary court overturns ban on Nazi and Communist symbols
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The decision by Hungary’s Constitutional Court to reject a ban on Nazi and Communist symbols has been deemed unworkable by several political groups. Some socialists say a constitutional amendment may be needed to prevent anyone from sporting a swastika, red star or SS badge, which Hungarian Jews or surviving victims could justly find offensive.

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