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Gábor Török: Opposition Should Use 1990s-Era Fidesz as Model

An alliance of a number of small opposition parties with different world views doesn’t work, and without a strong party to overthrow Fidesz the opposition won’t have a chance, said political analyst Gábor Török in an interview with Magyar Hang.

The analyst said that long political work compounding over several election cycles is needed for this, pointing to Fidesz in the 1990s as a model for the opposition to adopt. But he also pointed to the Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party as a model that is “showing the way” in how to build a strong following in a determined and conscious way. [HVG]

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