An estimated ten-thousand Hungarian protesters took the streets of Budapest this weekend denouncing the country's new labor code, which increases a workers' allowable overtime from 250 to 400 hours a year, in a move that union leaders have dubbed the "slave law." Union workers claim that the law, proposed by Prime Minister Victor Orban's right-wing Fidesz party, seeks to increase Hungarian company profits at the expense of workers by adding an extra workday per week. While some protested new courts that many have noted are easily manipulated by the PM, others attacked state-controlled media. "The TV is lying," protesters yelled while others carried banners with the phrases "sweep away the regime" or "national strike," the Guardian reported.
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