Daily News | Jan 21, 2017 | 0
Orbán attends unveiling of monument to poet Gáspár Nagy
Budakeszi, January 7 (MTI) – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán attended the inauguration of a monument to Hungarian poet Gáspár Nagy, in Budakeszi, outside Budapest, on Saturday.
The late poet’s “political and intellectual legacy is alive; it is a compass, a guiding star, a leading direction for our government,” Orbán said in praise of Nagy, who died on January 4 ten years ago.
Referring to political correctness in his address, Orbán said that Nagy had considered it as “the main characteristics of false prophets”.