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By Carey Molter

Introduces, briefly textual content and illustrations, using the letter mix "ain" in such phrases as "train," "sprain," "chain," and "brain."

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12), a document which deals with the most urgent tasks concerning the situation of Roma in Hungary. Recognising the urgent necessity for government participation, this order prescribes the creation of action plans in various areas for the ministries. The first medium-term action plan, Government order no. 29), was based on these government orders issued in 1995 and tried to comprehensively assess and define the tasks necessary for the social integration of the Roma. Its first part contains the measures to be taken during 1997 and 1998.

Gondolat. Budapest, 1981, 189l) ibid. e. almost 50% of the 143,000 earners working primarily or mainly in agriculture. However, it would be a mistake to conclude that the half of the livelihood of Roma in 1893 depended on agriculture. A mistake, because we have seen that the income of a part of the 34,000 female day labourers was only supplementary, and also that the large number of children limited the earning capacity of women. Therefore, beside the distribution of the occupations of all earners we, should also separately examine the distribution of occupations among the men.

The public foundation “For National and Ethnic Minorities in Hungary” was established in 1995 primarily to support the preservation of minority identities and cultures. The “Public Foundation for the Hungarian Roma” was launched in 1996 to support the livelihood of the Roma population, distributing some 80–90% of its support budget to promote agricultural production. Act LXXVII 1993, On National and Ethnic Minorities, is of historic significance as regards the political activity and indeed the fate of the entire Roma population.

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