"The bizarre situation has developed in which I agree with the Prime Minister's statement that Castro's regime was a one-party dictatorship which cannot be exculpated" Ferenc Gyurcsány said on ATV's program "Egyenes Beszéd" (Straight Talk). There is, however, mental chaos in the Prime Minister's head and not in Western Europe, according to the chairman of the Democratic Coalition.
The DK politician said: "The Head of Government builds an alternative reality, in which Hungary is one of the winners, whilst dead bodies are not found for several days in hospitals and metro M3 may catch fire any time". He added: "A prime minister does not need to be a great philosopher, rather he should govern the country and then, there would not be such a dramatic situation in the education and healthcare".
The politician emphasized that during his term as prime minister he never met with such businessmen whom the Hungarian authorities did not recommend. He added: "these things may easily have a boomerang effect; the left-wing government was never accused that of meeting people with a cracked reputation. Now, the problem is that the Prime Minister does not want to have investigations about who is to blame in the matter and it is simply unacceptable that the Prime Minister's son-in-law even has dealings with Pharaon". Ferenc Gyurcsány said: "It is sure, at that time, Pharaon would not have sought relationships around Hungary at a level, which could have reached him as well".
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 December 2016 07:21