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Opposition parties slam Orban for 'lying'

January 10th, 2019

Opposition leaders have blasted Prime Minister Viktor Orban for "lying about Hungary's real situation" in an international press conference on Thursday. Laszlo Lorant Keresztes, the co-leader of green party LMP, said Orban had deflected questions on major political issues that would define Hungary's future. He said Orban's characterisation of the fight between pro-migration forces and their opponents ignored the debate over what caused migration and how the issue could be solved effectively. Timea Szabo, co-leader of Parbeszed, said the prime minister had been evasive about the true state of Hungarian health care, education and wages. Socialist MEP Istvan Ujhelyi said that Orban Orban had "tried hard" to conceal how Hungarians were making their demands concerning the "slave law" "on the streets". Ujhelyi insisted that Orban showed he was scared of emerging cooperation between opposition forces. This suggested, he said, that "the opposition is on the right track".


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