21 C
Ljubljana
nedelja, 13 junija, 2021

Viktor Orban becomes Hungary’s longest-serving head of government

By: V4 Agency

“Viktor Orban has been prime minister for 14 years and 145 days”, thus becoming Hungary’s longest-serving head of government ever, writes Hungary’s justice minister in her new post on social media.

“Historical times, historical achievements, historical perspectives”, Judit Varga wrote.

The minister added that, prior to PM Viktor Orban, the “record” belonged to Kalman Tisza, who served as Hungary’s prime minister between 1875 and 1890.

“I wish you good health and much strength for all the work that’s ahead of us, Mr Prime Minister! Let’s go Hungary, let’s go Hungarians!” – JM Judit Varga concluded.

Share

Latest news

EU foreign policy is a ridiculous paper tiger!

By Mariann Őry The habit of portraying German interests as common European interests will ultimately lead to a centralization of power in favor of Berlin. “The...

“Hate speech is a pretext to exert political pressure on countries that do not accept the changes imposed by the elites and neo-Marxists in...

By UME Interview with Marcin Romanowski, Polish deputy minister of Justice. D. in law, he was director of the Institute of Justice between 2016 and...

The Cancel Culture is raging in Oxford

By Zoltán Wittich Oxford University students recently removed a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II from the walls of the university while 150 faculty said they...

PM Orban: We’ll have some big changes after the pandemic

By: V4 Agency We will have some big changes after the pandemic; the European economy will look different and we must also brace ourselves for...

Related news

EU foreign policy is a ridiculous paper tiger!

By Mariann Őry The habit of portraying German interests as common European interests will ultimately lead to a centralization of power in favor of Berlin. “The...

“Hate speech is a pretext to exert political pressure on countries that do not accept the changes imposed by the elites and neo-Marxists in...

By UME Interview with Marcin Romanowski, Polish deputy minister of Justice. D. in law, he was director of the Institute of Justice between 2016 and...

The Cancel Culture is raging in Oxford

By Zoltán Wittich Oxford University students recently removed a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II from the walls of the university while 150 faculty said they...

PM Orban: We’ll have some big changes after the pandemic

By: V4 Agency We will have some big changes after the pandemic; the European economy will look different and we must also brace ourselves for...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share