- 19 May 2014 9:00 AM
He said leftist governments had been able to promote these issues more successfully.
Addressing an EP campaign event in Nyíregyháza, party leader Attila Mesterházy said the Socialists are pursuing “common sense” politics instead of Fidesz’s power demonstration, which isolates Hungary. He insisted that the radical nationalist Jobbik party was also unfit to represent Hungarians in Brussels.
Their leader talks about exiting the EU, while his personal assistant urges crowds to spit on a prominent Vojvodina Hungarian politician, and their third candidate on the party list “represents Russian interests”, Mesterházy said, referring to recent scandals associated with Jobbik.
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