Thousands in Budapest march against labor reform forcing overtime on workers
Thousands of people in Budapest demonstrated against Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Saturday, denouncing the harsh labor reform that’s been branded a "slave law." Passed in December, the reform allows companies to demand that staff work up to 400 hours overtime a year. It also allows payment to be delayed by up to three years. The modification to the labor code has sparked the biggest street protest in over a year.