Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement

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Hatvannégy Counties Youth Movement
Leader László Toroczkai
Ideology Hungarian nationalism
Extreme nationalism[1]
Politics of Hungary
Political parties
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The Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement (Hungarian: Hatvannégy Vármegye Ifjúsági Mozgalom, HVIM) is a far-right[2] movement in Hungary advocating for the unification of all ethnic Hungarians that live outside of Hungary and the revision of Trianon Treaty from 1920, which defined the current borders of the Hungarian state. Leader of the 64 Counties Youth Movement is László Toroczkai.

It is named in memory of Greater Hungary, which was divided into 64 counties[3]

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