Christmas interview was made with Prime Minister Viktor Orban in the regional newspaper in the county of Fejér –the region where the Prime Minister was born.This time readers also could find many unexpected sentences by the politician.
“It is unprecedented that, in the heart of Europe, Christians were murdered at Christmas,” Orban said in an interview with Hungarian online newspaper veol.hu. A 24-year-old Tunisian, Anis Amri, drove a truck into Christmas market stalls next to Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church at Breitscheidplatz in a December 19 terrorist attack that left 12 people dead and 56 others injured
The Prime Minister also were talking about Brexit and other unexpexted occasitions in 2016. Nobody would have believed a year ago, that the UK would exit from the European Union and “the Clinton clan, the traditional party of American intellectuals” would fall out of power, Orbán said. According to Orbán, there was a “rebellion” in the world’s two model democracies which will continue in 2017 and western democracies will go through a “year of rebellion”.
But as he said in the interview: Hungary can be an island of stability because “we have asked for people’s opinion and protected the country from illegal migration in 2015 and 2016,” he said.
He were also mention the geopolitical situation in Hungary :“We are people with origins in the east but we belong to the western world”, he said, describing Hungarians. As a result, it is in the country’s interest that the west should be successful and that Europe should “not want to change us, but accept and respect that we are Hungarians and will remain Hungarians”. Accordin g to Orbán, not everything should be taken over from western Europe and “everything that’s bad must be resolutely rejected”.
Christmas interview was made with Prime Minister Viktor Orban in the regional newspaper in the county of Fejér – this is the region where the Prime Minister was born.This time readers also could found many unexpected sentences by the politician.
Christmas interview with Orbán is usual, but this time readers also could found many unexpected sentences by the politician. Someone had hacked the text before it arrived to the printing press. Unwanted sentences were put in the text, for example:
“Corruption charges as a political tool for discrediting the opponents, has become completely normal – we also use it”
Sentences were put in text, which weren’t said by the Prime Minister. The publisher has already apologised to the readership. The online version of the text was published in several regional newspapers without the “corrections”, just the printed version of Fejér Megyei Hírlap. The also make comments about the state of the healthcare-system, and the quota referendum.