- 3 Nov 2020 7:32 AM
- Hungary Matters
Karácsony said that Balogh left an “enormous and weighty legacy … it is our responsibility to pass it on.”
He was “an activist, a musician, an educated man” who “fought with all his strength … against all forms of discrimination, exclusion and hate-mongering, and for the coexistence of Gypsy and non-Gypsy Hungarians.”
Balogh was a representative of the Momentum-Democratic Coalition-Socialist-Párbeszéd-LMP-Szolidaritás coalition in the district.
Photo courtesy of the Municipality of District 8