About 400 people attended Tuesday evening's rally by Our Homeland Movement in the east-central city of Torokszentmiklos, but a plan to march through the city's Roma areas wasn't allowed by police.
In his speech, party leader Laszlo Toroczkai evoked the Hungarian Guard, a vigilante group disbanded by a court ruling in 2009, saying that the problems in Hungary - like alleged crimes by Roma - that had led to its creation had only gotten worse since.
Nearby, about 200 Roma commemorated the victims of a series of Roma killings a decade ago and two other groups also held small protests against the far-right event.
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