For those refugees who are single, the state has offered a place in a temporary homeless shelter. The shelters do not encourage integration to Hungarian society at large, as refugees do not wish to start their life in Hungary as homeless, one of the most oppressed category in Hungary today. It was not in vain that the demonstrating refugees raised their voices, but so far the state has not offered any durable solution to this enduring state of crisis.
Tuesday, 2nd April 2013, may become the black day of Hungarian refugee affairs. In order to avoid that, these 92 people granted international protection by the Hungarian society all the possible public attention and support in what might turn out one of the most difficult days in their lives.