MSZP claimed to have reached an agreement with DK on running candidates in 2018. DK says it’s not true.
DK spokesperson Csaba Molnár called it “unfair and immoral” that dual-citizens who have never lived in Hungary can have a say in Hungarian politics.
Fidesz and KDNP did not participate in formulating the agreement.
Mayor Dióssi questioned the validity of a medical certificate after DK rep. Henrik Radnóti did not appear at a council meeting in July.
DK’s decision might be the final nail in the coffin of MSZP prime ministerial candidate László Botka’s plan for an electoral alliance including DK.
Former Socialist prime minister confident his party will win 15 per cent of the popular vote in next year’s general election.