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The opposition parties are planning to field joint candidates in all of Hungary’s 106 constituencies in the 2022 general election, they said in a joint statement on Thursday.

In the statement, signed by the Democratic Coalition (DK), Jobbik, LMP, the Socialists, the Momentum Movement and Párbeszéd, the parties said they will govern jointly if they win the election, along “a programme and principles accepted by all parties”.

The opposition said they started preparations for the 2022 ballot with a meeting of the parties’ leaders.

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At the meeting, they decided to draft a joint programme and agreed that pre-elections may be held among candidates, they said in the statement.

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3 comments
  1. Bring it on. If your next batch of candidates only complain about Fidesz and Victor Orban you will fail to reach majority status. Fidesz is doing an excellent job for Hungarians and the voters returned them again last election cycle for that reason. If all your going to field are crybabies and George Soros paid lapdogs you will be resoundingly rejected once again. Hungarians do NOT want the pro migrant, pro globalism field of Brussels lapdogs owned by Soros.

    I hope that Orban and Fidesz increase their majority in the Parliament because they deserve it.

  2. Hopefully a united opposition, which should also include Jobbik, will make it to defeat Fidesz. If not, Hungary is likely to become like Belarus.

  3. Deluded Mario, give it a rest, You and your delusional friends stand no chance of unseating Fidesz because they are doing a great job of protecting Hungary and Europe from you and your dream of a global one world super state infested with 3rd world parasites. Liberalism is a cancer that always kills its host.

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