Finally, there is something on which both the governing parties and the opposition parties agree: they do not augur a promising future for the Momentum Movement. They believe that the Momentum will not achieve any breakthrough. Fidesz reckons the election in 2018 is a foregone conclusion. However, there is a huge uncertainty in the left wing.
There is a party leader, who believes that until now, nothing is done for the 2018 election. While others said that everything is better organized behind the scenes, than it looks like from outside.
One of the new stumbling blocks of finding the common denominator in the left wing was when László Botka, the Socialist Party's prime minister candidate for the 2018 elections called on Ferenc Gyurcsány to retire from political life at the same time as Ferenc Gyurcsány was re-elected as party leader by 98% majority of the votes of his party, the Democratic Coalition.
Until now, the rhetoric of Fidesz could work: "till the party governs and the country grows, the left-wing quarrels".
Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 March 2017 20:49