Although the European Parliamentary campaign has not yet begun, the opposition opposition seems to have discussed stand-alone or joint departure. On Friday, the Socialist Chairman criticized Gergely Karácsony's condition despite the fact that the dialogue with MSZP announced a joint list on the weekend.
"Why is it a misunderstanding? Why is not Gergely Christmas honest with us? Are you looking at us?" This question was raised by the former president of the Socialist Party in the societal aspect. According to Attila Mesterházy, the Co-Chairs of the Dialogue did not say any conditions 48 hours ago, but now sent an ultimatum to the MSZP by supporting only a joint list with Zugló's mayor.
Attila Mesterházy said Gergely Karácsony demanded the strongest election in Budapest, "because he has to be guaranteed in advance, unless he is his market chairman."
The dialogue with the MSZP was decided at the weekend to announce a joint list for the European parliamentary elections in May. Gergely Karácsony talked about his party's efforts to build up the alliance. The next day, Gergely Karácsony spoke equally in the parliament of the dialogue. But Tímea Szabó, another newly elected co-chairman, pointed out that allies should support the Joomlai market in local elections.
The MSZP vice president did not want to respond to the alleged ultimatum on Monday, and he said he was concentrating on the EP election itself.
According to the progressive Antois Bouch, the case should be solved by dialogue with the MSZP, and only questions about possible cooperation should be answered. In the next few weeks, it will be decided whether or not to participate directly in EP elections.
Attila Mesterházy in her social network also complained that post-media conditions are associated with them. In addition, he said, "The factions without the Socialist Party are political parties without political parties, and their support is far from the DK, not the mosquito core," he said. Ironically, the line of socialist politicians "with our co-operation partners behind us, Fidesz is being sentenced to death in the EU and local elections."