PM Orbán: June election will have decisive impact on war or peace

The prime minister said voting for the left today means supporting war.

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán visited Nyíregyháza, in eastern Hungary, on the campaign trail, where he met the city’s mayor, members of the Association of Entrepreneurs for Nyíregyháza and voters.

Noting the developments undertaken in Nyiregyhaza since 2010, PM Orbán said: “The left makes promises, we, on the other hand, work. They talk and we deliver. What’s more, voting for the left today means supporting war.” He said there were always those who benefitted from war, “with some even becoming very rich”. “This would also be the case today, which is why Brussels supports the war,” the prime minister said. “But the majority suffers in every war. And if this majority now raises its voice all across Europe, the worst can still be avoided. This is what’s at stake on June 9. This election will have a decisive impact on the question of war or peace,” he added.