I don’t think I should be spending the next four years doing busy work within the walls of Parliament.
-said independent Member of Parliament Ákos Hadházy in front of the sign of the small town of Kisvaszar, Baranya County, right when his fellow MPs were at the inaugural session of the National Assembly and taking the oath of office.
The politician said that although he had accepted his parliamentary mandate, he had taken an alternative oath, saying that he would do everything in his power to get rid of the “criminal organization” holding Hungary captive, and that the judiciary would pass judgment on those responsible.
In the afternoon, Hadházy held open-air office hours in Kossuth Square, next to Parliament, which was also open to the press.
The MP from Budapest’s Zugló district had originally planned on caucasing with Momentum in the new Parliament, but a few days ago it turned out that the party would not be accepting him into its group. [Index]