Tamás Lánczi will interview Péter Márki-Zay on his public television show “48 Minutes” on Thursday evening, announced hirado.hu.
Interestingly, when he was a prime ministerial candidate for the united opposition during the election, Márki-Zay was only given five minutes of airtime on state-run media. This means that the failed opposition candidate is now getting nearly 10 times more airtime on the television station funded by Hungarian taxpayers than he did during the election campaign.
According to hirado.hu, the conversation will be broadcast on M1 on Thursday at 8:35pm, but it can also be watched on hirado.hu itself, as well as on their Facebook page and YouTube channel.
It took a failed election to get more than 5 minutes of time on public television… In live shows, I’ve taken every opportunity so far to tell the truth to those who only have access to propaganda.
-Péter Márki-Zay wrote on Facebook Tuesday afternoon.