From left to right: Gábor Török, András Schiffer (LMP), Gábor Vona (Jobbik), Viktor Szigetvári (Együtt) in 2013. True to his words, Gábor
“We have to prove that in the next four years we can stop the hatred flowing from every direction,” says Momentum’s Katka Cseh
The voters like the fact that the government is friendly with Putin while turning the people against the EU.
Anti-corruption crusader acknowledges “there is no receptivity to our politics.”
Dependence of Roma on public works scheme made them vulnerable to intimidation and vote-buying, says OSCE election monitors.
Claims opposition politicians little more than “organic scenery’ if the government determines how much governmencriticism reaches the people.