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Supporters are planning to hold mass dedicated to the 50th birthday of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on May 31, news portal hir24.hu reported. The site said the initiative is linked to conservative daily Magyar Hírlap and there is already a Budapest venue reserved for the occasion. The Prime Minister responded by saying he is not aware of the initiative and added that he doesn’t have any plans whatsoever to celebrate his birthday, not even with his family. “Being 50 isn’t an achievement, only a condition, that’s why we won’t celebrate,” he said.

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