The first debate between the opposition parties’ prime-ministerial candidates was held Sunday night. Besides only one minor verbal clash, the candidates tended to be in harmony regarding the Orbán administration’s accountability, “unjust” taxation, and the improper working of the healthcare and education systems.
Five candidates entered liberal-leaning ATV’s studio Sunday night: Gergely Karácsony (of left-liberal Párbeszéd, also backed by Socialist MSZP and centrist green LMP), Klára Dobrev (of left-liberal Democratic Coalition- DK), Péter Márki-Zay (of conservative Hungary for …
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Focus on Fidesz’s Accountability, ‘Unjust’ Taxation, Healthcare, and Education at Opposition PM-Candidates’ First Debate
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