The campaign manager of Péter Márki-Zay rested during luxury holidays during the campaign

While left-wing activists are trying to gather the signatures needed to call the referendum initiated by the opposition in the cold winter, Péter Márki-Zay’s communications manager has spent the last month and a half in a much more pleasant climate. from Article.

Back to eternal summer – Ákos Gurzó boasted in his position as a social media in mid-November, when he logged in from Dubai, an iconic city in the United Arab Emirates famous for its luxury. The picture was taken in a luxury hotel with a pool.


A day later, he posted with the same text (“For popular demand”). Pictured is a cocktail (perhaps a mojito) with the Burj Khalifa in the background. It is interesting that Péter Márki-Zay recently spoke about the fact that he thinks it would be good to sell hospitals because even girls with grass skirts can serve the mojito in private health care.


“Soo forever summer” – a few weeks later, in December, he checked in from a resort called Ocean Ridge in Florida, this time accompanied by a cocktail.


And a week later, he posted from Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, and the pool, cocktail, and “forever summer” caption aren’t left here either.


For New Year’s Eve, Gurzó returned to Florida, choosing Key Largo from the islands in the south of the state, the usual cocktail and pool is almost a must. The post revealed not only that the campaign manager admired “the last sunset of the year” from here, but also which luxury hotel he was relaxing from in 2021.


Calling itself the “Pearl of the Florida Keys,” Playa Largo Resort & Spa is located directly on the oceanfront, just an hour’s drive from Miami. According to the hotel’s description, it is an oasis of comfort with 177 luxury rooms, suites and bungalows, as well as a beach house.

We don’t know which campaign manager Péter Márki-Zay chose, but it is certain that the price of a double room is between 200 thousand and a quarter of a million dollars a night. That’s what the “tourist tax” of about fifteen thousand forints a day is for, which includes wifi, sunbeds and bicycle rental – read the article.

But who is this mysterious campaign manager who recently traveled around the world’s favorite luxury resorts? Ákos Gurzó came to the forefront of attention when Péter Márki-Zay won the pre-election as left-wing candidate for prime minister. He then spoke to several left-wing newspapers, revealing that he had worked as a journalist for a long time and then became a marketer, having recently returned home from America to help Mark-Zay.

The expert is one of the most important background people in the joint opposition prime ministerial candidate, as evidenced by the fact that he was the first to call him on stage during his victory speech and revealed that his campaign slogan or the blue ribbon he was wearing was Gurzó’s idea, he wrote in a portrait interview. Folk word. Telex (referring to 444) wrote that Márki-Zay’s organization, the Movement for Everyone Hungary, approached Gurzo, “Seeing moving at home in American politics”.

According to Gábor Vona, the former president of Jobbik, Gurzo is considered by many to be the “engine of Márki-Zay’s success so far”.

Recently, in addition to the Mojito statement quoted above, Péter Márki-Zay insulted the elderly in his New Year’s speech, and at other times he had to flee journalists from his press boss to avoid answering embarrassing questions. In addition, the collection of signatures for the left-wing referendum initiative falls far short of expectations. Gergely Karácsony previously stated that in 2021 the necessary 200 thousand signatures will be collected. In comparison, the first week of January is reportedly only halfway through. While the campaign leader of the left-wing prime minister-designate was on holiday abroad.

According to a recent post, Gurzó had already spent the New Year in Europe again, and according to his registration, he flew from Zurich to Budapest, “back to work”. Presumably you could have moved here to head to Budapest from one of the former luxury holiday destinations, they write.

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