A conservative commentator contends that the left-liberal party is condemning itself to oblivion by sticking its own announcements over the posters of the governing party advertising the ’quota referendum’.
’Együtt’ (‘Together’ in English), the political party originally set up to back up former Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai’s bid for the premiership in 2014, launched a campaign on Monday against the referendum proposed by the government on compulsory refugee relocation quotas. Its activists are placing their own yellow posters over the blue ones inviting voters to turn out in large numbers and ’send a message to Brussels’. In an interview on Monday, Együtt leader Viktor Szigetvári said his party ‘hates these posters’. In a Facebook note he added that ‘we agree with Merkel and the Pope’.
On Válasz, the Heti Válasz website, Barna Borbás thinks E