Last night, the local elections and the campaigns came to an end in every Hungarian region. There was a massive surprise in the capital, where Gergely Karácsony from the left party won. Not only Hungarians but international politicians and other prominent persons congratulated the new mayor of Budapest as well.
The actor included an article by Washington Post to his post in which the writer shares details about the winning of Gergely Karácsony.
Congratulations! A new chapter is beginning for Hungary! https://t.co/3bjd8hCyXd— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) October 13, 2019
Although Ruffalo did not write Karácsony’s name in his post, undoubtedly, his post is a message to him. The American actor also stated a few weeks before that Viktor Orbán leads the country just like the president of the United States, Donald Trump does.
24. hu reported that Michael Ludwig, mayor of Vienna, congratulated Karácsony on his official Facebook site and looks forward to working with the brand-new mayor of the Hungarian capital.
Ludwig stated that Vienna and Budapest became stronger and stronger throughout history, and now they can cooperate as well.
Budapest hat einen neuen Bürgermeister!Ich gratuliere Karácsony Gergely herzlich zur Wahl und freue mich auf die…Zveřejnil(a) Michael Ludwig dne Neděle 13. října 2019
Hungarian actor Róbert Alföldi wrote that a new world is coming with the election of Karácsony and this world leads back to Europe.
Gratulálok Karácsony Gergelynek,és nagyon jó munkát kívánok!És nagyon örülök…Másik világ jön:Európába, vissza!Fotó: Bődey János / IndexZveřejnil(a) Alföldi Róbert dne Neděle 13. října 2019
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Scarlett Johansson: “I did not express my support to Budapest Mayor Tarlós for the upcoming municipal elections”
Two weeks ago, the rightist media turned up with the breaking news that the world-famous Hollywood actress, Scarlett Johansson visited the 71-year-old Lord Mayor, István Tarlós (representing FIDESZ), who runs for reelection this month.
Source: www.hvg.hu, www.24.hu