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Apr 06, 2018

Fidesz group leader: None of the opposition party leaders or prime ministerial candidates are fit to govern Hungary

Gergely Gulyás says migration is the most important issue in Sunday’s election. He said it’s irreversible, and therefore migration was the key

The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance will refuse to enter into a governing coalition with any of the current opposition parties after the April 8th general election, Gergely Gulyás, Fidesz group leader, has said.

According to an interview given with Magyar Idők, the parliamentary group leader said that not only do none of the other parties want to enter a coalition with us but Fidesz-KDNP would also not want to govern with any of the opposition parties.

He added that if voters decide that we should not continue in government then “either a Vona-Gyurcsány-Szél-Karácsony government would be formed — which is as unlikely as it would be tragic for the country — or uncertainty, chaos and instability would follow,” Gulyás said.

According to the newspaper, he said none of the opposition party leaders or prime ministerial candidates would be fit to govern Hungary.

“It is not that they would govern the country with a different ideology and policies but none of them has the professional, political and intellectual background that would make one assume that they are able to govern the country,” he said.

“It has been our experience for several years that [the opposition’s] political and professional background comes from organizations that make their living from US billionaire George Soros,” he added.

“Currently they have a decisive influence on opposition politics. An interesting question is why the opposition is unable to set up and develop its own professional background and why they need to rely on Soros almost always,” he concluded on the matter.

Gulyás also added that migration is the most important issue in Sunday’s election. He said it’s irreversible, and therefore migration was the key.

Once somebody accepts the migration quota, the guarantee of effective border protection would be ripped up once and for all and the gates to migrants would open up, he added.