The poll Fekete-Győr commissioned last week has shown that MSZP-P candidate Márta V. Naszályi has the best chance against Fidesz.
Fidesz MP and ministerial commissioner says “corruption is a political weapon, that the opposition deploys when it has nothing to say.”
Momentum Movement president András Fekete-Győr vowed to endorse the strongest candidate.
Momentum chairman says democratic opposition parties “on the verge of being tangled up in a lawsuit.”
Polling at between 1 and 2 percent, Momentum looks unlikely to clear the 5% percent threshold required to enter parliament.
András Fekete-Győr Sr.’s contract was renewed in 2015 until 2020 but 2 months before the election he was suddenly dismissed.