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Marki-Zay: Hungary can return to ‘good side’ of history

Peter Marki-Zay, the prime ministerial candidate of the united opposition, told a rally marking the March 15 national holiday on Tuesday that he trusted Hungary could return to the "good side" of history.

Marki-Zay told the commemorative event held on the Danube embankment in front of the Technical University that “we believe the power belongs to the people and that David will defeat Goliath.”

“We believe that Hungary will return to the good side of history on April 3,” he said referring to the upcoming general election. “Hungary will finally be a winner … we will again become a united nation and we can proudly say again that we are Hungarian wherever we travel in the world”, he added.

He asked opposition supporters to convince three more people each, so that “the most corrupt government in Hungarian history” can be replaced with a two-thirds majority.

Referring to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, he said “one man had monopolised Hungarians” and added that it was unacceptable that “Hungarians should be losers in their own country”.

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