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Political analysts assess Hungarian political landscape post-EP election

May 29th, 2019

It is important for the European People's Party that Prime Minister Viktor Orban has the wherewithal to connect with the new right and underscore the EPP's right-wing identity, according to an analyst who was among participants of a conference organised by the Szazadveg Foundation on Wednesday. Agoston Samuel Mraz, chief executive of the Nezopont Group, said the reason why participation in the European Parliament election was so high in Hungary was that this was the first occasion since the migration crisis for Hungarian voters to have a direct say in European affairs.


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