26 April 2010
Fidesz won a two-thirds majority in the second round of the Hungarian general election on Sunday. The Fidesz - Christian Democrats alliance has 263 seats in the 386-seat parliament, five more than the 258 seats needed for the supermajority.
12 April 2010
Today the citizens of Hungary have defeated hopelessness. They proved that Hungary is unified, has strength, is able to achieve great things, wants to work and wants to have law an order, said Viktor Orbán after winning overwhelmingly the first round of the 2010 general elections.
10 April 2010
Viktor Orbán sent the following letter of condolence to Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, and to Bronislaw Komorowski and Bogdan Borusewicz.
18 March 2010
Hungary is facing a change, the only question is how great it is going to be, said Fidesz chairman Viktor Orbán at talks with the ambassadors of EU member states accredited to Budapest.
15 March 2010
We, Hungarians in the 21st century, will have the opportunity on the 11 April elections to carry out our own revolution, said Viktor Orbán at the campaign opening rally on 15 March in celebration of the 1848 revolution.
5 March 2010
Hungary's future government will have to reveal the real state of the economy to the public after the upcoming elections, said Fidesz chairman and EPP vice-chairman Viktor Orbán addressing a meeting of the European People's Party parliamentary group leaders in Budapest.
19 February 2010
Politics and economy must join together and economic recovery should be based on Hungarian companies, said Viktor Orbán at the year-opening session of the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
8 February 2010
In his traditional state of the nation speech Fidesz Chairman Viktor Orbán stressed the importance of national causes such as job creation, family values, a better healthcare system, improving public safety and a fight against extremist views - the policy of “common sense”.
10 December 2009
The European People's Party re-elected Viktor Orbán as its vice-chairman at its Statutory Congress in Bonn.
23 October 2009
Fidesz celebrated the 53rd anniversary of the 1956 revolution in Nagytétény, where a newly rebuilt national flag destroyed in 1948 was consecrated on 23 October. Viktor Orbán said that the flag symbolized the beginning of a struggle to change the fate of Hungary.

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  • Viktor Orbán, 52
  • Lawyer, graduated at Eötvös Loránd University and studied at Pembroke College, Oxford
  • Married to Anikó Lévai
  • They have five children: Ráhel, Gáspár, Sára, Róza, Flóra
  • Chairman of FIDESZ, vice-chairman of the European People's Party

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