About this informs Nepsava.
Orbán was re-elected as the head of the party with 1,190 votes of delegates. The other candidates did not get the required number of delegates, so the Prime Minister won the vote without any competition.
“Hungarians have their own European counter-model: it means zero migration, a labor-based economy, full employment, strong families, low taxes and a smart green transition,” Viktor Orbán said at the party’s congress in Budapest.
During the election of the vice-leaders of Hungary’s ruling party, delegates voted for Orbán’s four incumbent deputies.
Orbán led the party from 1993 to 2000 and continuously since 2003. Since 2010, he has been the permanent Prime Minister of Hungary.
- On November 17, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that the situation with the Hungarian language and education in Zakarpattia under the USSR was better than under independent Ukraine