Report: Fidesz member losing faith
Incomprehension and disappointment characterizes the heartland of Hungary’s governing Fidesz party due to the happenings of the last couple of weeks, Hungarian online daily origo.hu reported today. The daily adds that the younger generation rejects the policy of getting closer to Russia and seeks to be part of Western societies.
According to Origo, the U.S. ban issue, the ever growing number of street demonstrations and reports on Fidesz MPs getting richer is making the party weaker and more vulnerable. Origo says that Fidesz members, except those in leading positions, do not receive enough information in connection with the ongoing issues, thus see the present governing as hurry-scurry.
Origo also pinpoints that many Fidesz members joined the party for its anti-Russian and anti-communist policy, and nowadays they are getting disappointed with the party turning its back to the West. They also believe that news on Fidesz MPs getting richer is crucial and dangerous for the party.
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