Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán and Fidesz are supported by young Republicans in New York in this year’s parliamentary elections in Hungary. In their official letter, Orban is called the “defender of Western civilisation and family rights”. A German newspaper reported on the possibility of Katalin Novák becoming Hungary’s first female president.
The New York Young Republicans’ Club recently announced that they support Viktor Orbán in the 2022 Hungarian parliamentary elections. This is the club’s first official letter of support like this, writes telex.hu.
They consider Hungary’s current Prime Minister a defender of Western civilisation and family rights.
“The New York Young Republicans’ Club is urging everyone in Hungary to help protect Western civilisation by re-electing Viktor Orbán as Prime Minister of Hungary,” they write.
Earlier, former US President Donald Trump also assured Orbán of his support. One of the biggest sponsors is Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson. The presenter visited Hungary, reported and made a documentary here. Carlson recently interviewed Foreign Secretary Péter Szijjártó.
German magazine Cicero believes that Katalin Novák could be the first female President of Hungary, writes origo.hu.
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“44 years old, friendly, approachable, laughs many times and has been to many places in the world,”
writes the paper about Novák. In addition, it is written that Novák’s nomination for the presidency of the republic indicated that the time had come for women in leading positions in conservative Hungary as well. Novák is a knight of the French Order of Honour. She began her political career at the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
“There is hardly another country that provides as much public support as Hungary to compensate for the continuing population decline by consistently supporting families,” the German newspaper writes. Novák also speaks French, English, Spanish, and German.
Source: telex.hu, origo.hu