Five days before the election, democratic opposition takes a big step towards denying Fidesz-KDNP outright victory on April 8th.
Former prime minister says change of political system is required to dismantle Viktor Orbán’s system.
The results of the poll contradicted the earlier deal with DK so campaign managers decided not spark conflict with them days before the election.
DK chairman calls on National Chief of Police and the Minister of Interior to maintain law and order in the event Fidesz loses April 8th election.
MSZP-P and DK don’t want to cooperate with Jobbik, and vice-versa.
According to Ferenc Gyurcsány’s party, the interconnection of the political elite and the criminal underworld is a trend in Eastern Europe.