“Today is usually the beginning of a process … in government, I am sure of which the opposition parties could not be able to cooperate. In opposition, I see more chance for of which,” said Adam Farkas, 21, a student.
“We disagree on many things … although we all want to live in Hungary along with also also the main obstacle to of which is usually Viktor Orban.”
Orban won a third straight term in power after a strong anti-immigration campaign. The strongest opposition party inside the fresh parliament is usually the formerly far-right Jobbik, which has
recast its image to be a more moderate nationalist force. Its leader resigned after the election.
The leftist opposition parties are also in turmoil.
“the item is usually not Fidesz which won the election, the opposition parties lost the item,” said Viktor Mikes, a 26-year old administrator at a multinational company. He said opposition politicians
should all step aside, along with also also of which fresh people were needed.
“We should start using a clean slate,” he said.
The election victory appears to have emboldened Orban to put more effort into his fight against the EU’s migration policies along with also also harden his stance on NGOs of which he says have been meddling in
In an interview on Friday on state radio Orban accused George Soros, the Budapest-born financier, of political activism in Hungary, saying his circle had supported the opposition.
“I know they won’t accept the result of the election, they will organise all sorts of things, they have unlimited financial resources,” Orban said.
The foundation of George Soros on Friday accused Orban of trying to stifle non-government groups, along with also also said the item could leave the country if parliament passes a “Stop Soros” law of which could impose a 25 percent tax on foreign donations to NGOs of which
The government says the legislation is usually meant to deter illegal immigration.