articleimg-1
Jun 02, 2020

State Secretary says Hungarians have regained their trust in government

Katalin Novák said Hungarians have regained their trust in government and “rediscovered security and stability” since the ruling Fidesz party came to power in 2010.

 

In an interview with French daily Le Figaro, State Secretary Katalin Novák said Hungarians have regained their trust in government and “rediscovered security and stability” since the ruling Fidesz party came to power in 2010.

Marking the tenth anniversary of the day when Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s government came to power, Novák said that at the time, the country had been in a “deep political, moral and economic crisis”.

Novák, deputy leader of the party and also state secretary for youth and family affairs, said PM Orbán government puts the values of “the nation, the family and sovereignty” into focus and enshrined them in the constitution.

Regarding criticism levelled against Orbán’s government, Novák said democracy was a core value for “our political family and Hungarian society”.