Opposition Prime Ministerial candidate Péter Márki-Zay is planning to travel to Brussels for three days next week, where he will meet with several leaders in the European Commission and European Parliament, reports 444.
Márki-Zay is expected to meet with experts and organizations from a wide political spectrum during his trip, from left-wing, green, and liberal sympathizers to those on the center-right and in the European People’s Party. The agenda is being organized primarily by Socialist MEP István Ujhelyi and Zoltán Kész, Vice-President of Márki-Zay’s Everybody’s Hungary Movement.
The united opposition leader plans to make an appearance at a Brussels bar on Tuesday evening next week, where Hungarian representatives in the European Parliament and local Hungarians in the city will have the opportunity to meet him.
That same evening, local Fidesz representatives have planned a showing of the Hungarian film “Elkxrtuk” with English subtitles in a Brussels cinema, with a discussion to take place afterwards.