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Hungarians find a creative way to protest

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A woman wears a mask during a demonstration of Hungarian police officers, firemen and prison guards near the Parliament building in Budapest, Hungary on June 16. Thousands of Hungarian police and firefighters protested against government plans to end early retirement, while unions disrupted traffic with a convoy of cars driving around the center of the Hungarian capital. Under the banner "Clowns' Revolution" a ballot box was set up near the parliament building, where people could "take back" votes they cast for Prime Minister Viktor Orban's conservative party Fidesz in elections last year.

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Participants wear masks or clown outfits during a demonstration of Hungarian police officers, firemen and prison guards.

With lots of protests and riots happening recently all over the world, seeing protesters dressing up and getting creative came as a pleasant surprise.

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