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János Áder, parliamentary leader of the main opposition Fidesz party, sent a letter to U.S. Ambassador to Hungary George Herbert Walker, asking him to help clarify if President George W. Bush criticized the attitude of Viktor Orbán's centre-right government after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Gyurcsány, who met President Bush in the White House last Friday, told Hungarian Parliament on Monday that Orbán had made a big mistake when he failed to confront right-wing politicians who said "they deserved it", referring to the terrorist attacks on America. Gyurcsány said the approach of the Fidesz government had been criticized by the United States. (MTI; MH 4, Nv 3, Nb 4)