“I am a neurotic, white, gay Jewish man” – Péter Ungár on why he resigned from the prime ministership

The co-chairman of the LMP was interviewed by Nyugat.hu half a year after the elections.

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In the interview, they talked about the times before the elections: the preparations, the spending, and the prime minister’s ambitions. In addition, Viktor Orbán, Ferenc Gelencsér, and zonalnani.hu, whose operation was recently shut down, were also mentioned.

Ungár said that he is a big fan of Anna Donáth, “but he doesn’t understand why Imre Del Medico has recently become the women’s modern edition”. He added:

I would not criticize the current president of Momentum for reasons of mercy, especially after the past period.

Gergely Karácsony was not spared either: “I don’t consider it a rethinking of opposition politics that the mayor, who has a lot of responsibility for the political strategy we followed on the way to the fourth two-thirds, embroiders and peels and, like a political softie, says that: Ouch, ouch, ouch, I don’t see these as positive things!”

He evaluated the period before the elections in the following way: “I don’t know what happened to me in the ten days before the elections in April, but I listened to the advisers next to Gergely Karácsony and various political moths, and I believed that we would win.” He did not say how much was spent, but noted that this would be revealed in the bulletin anyway.

As for the planned prime ministership, he said: he no longer considers himself fit to be prime minister. The reason for this is simple:

Because I’m a neurotic, white, gay Jewish man.

He revealed that the shutters were pulled down at auzalani.hu because the site only brought in the money, but did not generate high readership.

A nyugat.hu he also asked him why he doesn’t vote for Orbán, to which he simply answered:

Viktor Orbán can also be blamed, and it is often understandable. But perhaps it would be good if we could discuss political issues in Hungary independently of him. Orbán is there, but the debate should still be continued about what was right and what was wrong in the European Union’s reaction to the Ukrainian war. And this should be done even if we called the prime minister Gézáné Kovács or Júlia Takács.

Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.

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