“Public property is our common property!” writes Péter Márki-Zay on Facebook. The former prime ministerial candidate for the democratic opposition writes that “replacing the Orbán regime requires new initiatives that show and expose the regime’s malice, so that the truth reaches even the smallest settlements.”
Márki-Zay believes that “Nerpédia” could be a key part of this aim. The new effort, which appears to combine the acronym of Orbán’s System of National Cooperation (NER) with the ending “-pedia,” is designed to expose abuses.
“Everyone has the right to know if they are mistreated by a lawmaker, and Nerpédia can help with with this,” says Márki-Zay, who closes his post by encouraging his supporters to “read and edit Nerpedia yourself.” [Magyar Hang]