After Viktor Orbán’s address at the opening of parliament’s autumn session on Monday, the opposition began to harshly criticize the Prime Minister and the government on issues like Covid deaths, inflation, corruption, and poverty.
Tímea Szabó of Párbeszéd referred to “record inflation” and “record petrol prices”.
Péter Jakab, the leader of Jobbik, said more than 2 million Hungarians lived below the poverty line, while the minimum pension and child allowance had not increased in the last 13 years.
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“Corruption, Covid Deaths, Party Secretary Mentality,” – Opposition Reacts to Orbán’s Speech
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