The third congress of opposition party Mi Hazánk on Saturday re-elected László Toroczkai their head.
The congress also re-elected party deputies Dóra Dúró, István Apáti, Dávid Dócs, Előd Novák and Zoltán Pakusza. Toroczkai told the congress that he expected Mi Hazank to enter government and added that the party was not competing against opposition Jobbik anymore but against ruling Fidesz and opposition DK.
He said that DK’s recent establishment of a shadow government was a message to Mi Hazank, not to Fidesz. “The globalist Left is fighting against us to become the leader of the opposition,” he said. “Hungarian politics have become tripolar,” he added.
Gunnar Lindemann, a politician of Germany’s AfD party and a member of Berlin’s House of Deputies, addressed the event and said that patriotic powers must join forces in order to protect their home countries and stand against “the dictatorship of Brussels”.