On Sunday, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told his Fidesz party, “Hungary will not leave the European Union but will continue efforts from Brussels to consume its government.”
On Sunday, Nationalist Orban, who meets a nearby parliamentary political race one year from now without criterion for over 10 years, was re-elected as the chairman of Fidesz.
Orban told cheering party delegates, “After communist bureaucracy … we don’t want new dictates this time from Brussels, adding Hungary would reject western liberalism.”
“We will not give up the right to defend our borders, to stop migrants … we insist that marriage in Hungary is between a man and a woman, a father is a man and a mother is a woman … and they should leave our children alone.”
In power starting around 2010, 58-year-old Orban has given himself a role as a safeguard of Hungary’s social personality against the Muslim movement into Europe and a defender of Christian qualities against Western radicalism.
That has won him homegrown credit, particularly among center Fidesz electors, yet brought separation from events parties and LGBT campaigners.
Orban said the EU must be reformed and Hungary’s aim was to achieve change, not leave the bloc that it joined in 2004.
“We don’t want to leave the EU at all, they can’t get rid of us so easily,” he said. “We want to keep our sovereignty and we don’t want to find ourselves in the united states of Europe, instead of integration.”
In the political decision, likely in April 2022, Orban will face an assembled front of resistance groups including the Socialists, dissidents, and the once extreme right, presently middle right, Jobbik.
The six-party combination is driven by Peter Marki-Zay, a 49-year-old Catholic moderate, father-of-seven, and a modest community city hall leader who appears to summarize the common qualities Orban openly supports and is viewed as an extreme challenger.
In the previous weeks, Orban has made various spending promises, including a $2 billion annual expense discount for families, and moved forward his enemy of migration manner of speaking.