picture of Zoltán Kész and Péter Márki-Zay

Calling it an “iconic place,” Prime Minister-designate for the opposition Péter Márki-Zay recorded a live video with former independent MP Zoltán Kész at the drain pipe on the building in Brussels where Fidesz politician József Szájer was caught trying to escape a police raid on a residence that broke coronavirus restrictions with a notorious event.

Márki-Zay also said that according to the owner of the venue, eight other Fidesz MEPs besides Szájer were also regular visitors of these “orgies, where 25 naken men partied without masks or rubbers.”

The opposition leader then continued by saying that not only had József Szájer descended on the drain pipe that day, but Fidesz as well. “Fidesz has descended into moral depths from which there is no going back,” he said.

Fidesz was preparing a homophobic hate campaign for the 2022 elections, he believed, which he says he managed to prevent by commenting in an interview on the alleged homosexuality of the prime minister’s son.

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By Steven N.

Steven is the editor-in-chief of Hungarian Politics. He has been following the political scene in Hungary and the Central European region more or less since 1994.