- 30 Nov 2020 9:41 AM
- Hungary Matters
András Fekete-Győr said the assembly of the party’s delegates had authorised the party’s board to set a joint party list with the opposition parties in the 2022 elections.
Momentum will push for the most open and democratic primaries before the vote, he added.
“For the first time in ten years, there will be a real chance for us, Hungarians to shake off the byzantine, corrupt rule of Fidesz,” the politician said.
“2022 will be more than a change of government, it will be a real change of era, and our community is ready to work with the opposition parties to achieve this goal,” Fekete-Győr said.
The Momentum community is committed to “tackling corruption, restoring the freedom of the press, creating a fair election law, and setting real limits on the power of political leaders so that no single person or party could ever again have total power over Hungary”, he said.
MTI Photo: Noémi Bruzák