Stay tuned. I am looking for more sources on this story.
Meanwhile, 16 churches in Hungary are battling recently legislation that will make it harder for them to help the impoverished, particularly the Roma.
Sixteen Hungarian churches have appealed to the country's Constitutional Court to overturn controversial legislation under which they and hundreds of other groups will lose their church status.
The piece explained:
While no police raids are expected, the law will impact tens of thousands of deeply impoverished Hungarians relying on church support including Roma, also known as gypsies, critics say. The state no longer supports social programs and tax advantages for the non-registered churches.[UPDATE]
My former Ph.D. advisor, who is Hungarian, responded to my question about this article. She told me that it was probably related to gypies, but she doesn't think it's forced labor. In her view, the article is not well-informed.
I think her response was conservative, and continue to ask experts about the situation there.