Prime Minister said Tuesday that Hungary will not send weapons or support the war against Ukraine. Viktor OrbanAt a rally attended by his supporters, he accused opposition members of trying to bring Hungary into conflict.
Because his right-wing Fidesz party will be facing off against him for the first time since 2010, conservative nationalist leader, is in a tight race to win a fourth consecutive term. A united front of six opposition parties
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has complicated Orban’s chances of re-election. This has changed his relationship with Putin. Vladimir Putin,This has drawn strong criticism from the Opposition.
Orban spoke to a crowd of hundreds of thousands of supporters waving the Hungarian National Flag in front of Parliament. a “chessboard” for the great powersHungary could be made a victim if it didn’t defend its interests. This is the aftermath of the crisis
Orban stated that voters have the right to choose April 3, 2009 it will be between his party that wants peace and the leftist opposition “that would reel in a ruthless, prolonged and bloody war”.
The opposition of six parties, headed by Peter Marki ZaySmall-town mayor and father to seven, he has harshly criticised Orban and his relations with Russia. He said that Putin had created an illiberal, corrupt state with restrictions on press freedom and rampant corruption. The government refutes the allegations.
Marki-Zay spoke at an opposition rally near the Danube River. He has campaigned strongly pro-European and said that the Hungarians have never had a more difficult choice in elections.
“There is only one choice: Europe or the East?“… and freedom rather than authoritarianism,” he declared, while his supporters cheered “Europe!
Marki-Zay referred to European Union concerns over the decline in democratic standards in Hungary and said that Orban’s “unlimited” power had led to There is no limit to corruptionMillions of Hungarians struggle just to survive.
Fidesz narrowed its lead to 39% in Median’s February poll, compared with 32% for the opposition.