Just months after becoming a Bishop, three Fidesz-led governments’ former minister Zoltán Balog was made president of the Reformed Church’s new General Synod. The Reformed Church denied any political pressure.
Zoltán Balog, Bishop of the Danubian district (Dunamelléki) was elected with 64 votes while the other candidate, Bishop Károly Fekete of the Transtibiscan (Tiszántúli) church district received 33.
Balog has been serving as a pastor for a long time, while the beginning of his political involvement also dates back to around …
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Orbán’s Former Minister Elected Head of Reformed Church
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