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Jan 02, 2018

"The liberal world has had its day," says Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács

Thanks to Hungary and the Hungarian government – among others – we have managed to dismantle the wall which hides reality from the sight of European public opinion. In this we have had an undeniable role. We were the first to start to talk about the crisis. By doing so, we achieved a great deal; we have yet plenty to do, but time is on our side," Zoltán Kovács said

The liberal world has had its day, according to Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács.

He said it is impossible to make politics and to talk about reality “with pointless political correctness that leads nowhere”.

Kovács told PestiSrácok.hu that during next year’s parliamentary elections the governing parties will not necessarily have to take on members of the opposition, but more the informal and economic power behind them which “seeks to sweep out of the way” the Hungarian government which raises obstacles and says no to migration.

He said that the Hungarian economy was one of the main achievements of the year, stating that “it is not just some sensation: there is hard work and performance on the government’s part behind it”.

In answer to a question regarding a shift in “western pro-migrant politics”, he said that “reality has finally broken through the wall of silence and nonsense, and is beginning to reveal itself”.

“Thanks to Hungary and the Hungarian government – among others – we have managed to dismantle the wall which hides reality from the sight of European public opinion. In this we have had an undeniable role. We were the first to start to talk about the crisis. By doing so, we achieved a great deal; we have yet plenty to do, but time is on our side," he said.