Former PM to attend Bilderberg meeting

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Együtt-PM leader Gordon Bajnai’s, Former Hungarian Prime Minister, name is on the list of leaders invited to the Bilderberg meeting of May 29 in Denmark.

Bilderberg group was christened after the name of the hotel where they held their first meeting in the Netherlands in 1954. The group consists of leaders of great influence and is often involved in conspiracy theories as, though the list of participants are always published, no participant ever talks about the agenda of and topics discussed at the meetings.

Bajnai, giving an interview to Origo, confirmed to attend the meeting. “I do not know if the Hungarian nation made this possible for me, but I am going to be there. I am honored to be invited” the leader said, who has been invited for the first time. In retrospect, he said that some “really serious” issues might be on the agenda.

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