Monday, May 23

The opponent is a bit too similar. Viktor Orban must invent new tricks.

Conservative Peter Marki-Zay will this spring try to deprive Viktor Orban of power in Hungary.

Maybe time for a change of power in Hungary.

The opposition in Hungary is trying something new. A bouquet of parties from left to right, including Greens and Liberals, gathers around an independent, conservative man as a common candidate. Peter Marki-Zay is the mayor of a small town, a father of seven and calls himself a right-wing Christian.

Marki-Zay is even an apostate Fidesz voter. He has left Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government party in disappointment that it has moved away from Western values. And because of the widespread corruption.

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