- 13 Mar 2018 9:20 AM
- The Budapest Beacon
At the end of February Kispest mayor Péter Gajda warned billboard companies that district ordinances forbade the erection in public areas of advertisements inciting hatred.
“Whoever incites hatred may not do so in Kispest,” Gajda said. “For this reason I call the attention of every public advertising company to obey local laws. We hope the letter will be enough, but if not then we will remove these billboards.”
He told index.hu that most of the offending billboards had already been removed, but those that had not were being covered over by the local government.