BUDAPEST, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany cancelled a visit to a Suzuki Motor Corp factory on Monday, saying he was demonstrating against what he considered was the firm's disregard for workers' rights. Gyurcsany said he was standing up for workers after Suzuki, one of Hungary's biggest employers with 3,200 workers here, reportedly denied their right to form a union which was seeking improved working conditions. "It is workers' unalienable ... right to form a ...
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