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Hungarian Protestants Join Jews in Fight Against Numerus Clausus Law

(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The Jewish population in Hungary has found an ally in its fight against the numerus clausus limiting the number of Jewish students in the Hungarian Universities.

At a meeting held here yesterday, Protestant ministers decided to introduce a resolution at the general convent of Protestants, which opens here tomorrow, to inaugurate a fight against the numerus clausus.

An alliance between Prime Minister Count Bethlen and the Race Purifiers Party is said to have been concluded, according to press reports. The party is said to be certain of returning 22 deputies to parliament.