Five days before the election, democratic opposition takes a big step towards denying Fidesz-KDNP outright victory on April 8th.
Negotiations to resume on Monday after Thursday’s “very hopeful” meeting.
Momentum chairman says democratic opposition parties “on the verge of being tangled up in a lawsuit.”
The party vowed not to cooperate with the authorities as ÁSZ decision was unlawful.
Minister of National Economy Mihály Varga claims this way the fines will not affect parties’ ability to contest the April general election.
According to Együtt, the State Audit Office violated the privacy rights of one of their party members.