11 September 2009
Fidesz chairman Viktor Orbán urged the cabinet to withdraw the draft 2010 budget and not stand in the way of change as he addressed the Fidesz national rally to launch the autumn political season.
13 June 2009
The 23rd congress of Fidesz on June 13th reelected Viktor Orbán as chairman of the party and adopted a resolution of the party's fundamental values.
14 May 2009
We want to prove that with us Hungary is capable of achieving more and can do better - said Fidesz chairman Viktor Orbán presenting the party's EP election platform.
2 May 2009
Viktor Orbán said we had enough of the Gyurcsány-Bajnai age, enough of the economic and political cons and the MSZP, launching Fidesz's campaign for the June 7 European parliamentary elections.
15 March 2009
Despite heavy rainfall, tens of thousands were present at the traditional March 15h rally of Fidesz - Hungarian Civic Union in the Royal Castle district of Buda where party-chairman Viktor Orbán delivered his speech. The former prime minister of Hungary spoke of the change taking place all over the world and criticized the incumbent socialist government for going against the achievements of the democratic transition in 1989, labeling Hungary's past seven years as "a socialist attempt to restore the ancient regime".
6 March 2009
The chairman of Fidesz - Hungarian Civic Union Viktor Orbán delivered his traditional state of the nation speech on 6th March. Hungary's former prime minister criticised Hungary's incumbent socialist minority government, labelling them "men of hopelessness" and their crisis-management policies insufficient to help the economy recover.
21 January 2009
A new Central-European alliance is needed - said the Chairman of Fidesz at the Euromoney Conference in Vienna where he gave a keynote address.
16 January 2009
Fidesz - Hungarian Civic Union presented its European elections list, ahead of all other political parties in Hungary. The main message of the party's campaign is 'Hungary is More Capable'.
15 December 2008
The concept Fidesz formulated in 1989, that is those who are in power cannot govern, but do not want elections either, clearly describes today's situation as well - said Viktor Orbán at the National Caucus Meeting of Fidesz.
28 September 2008
On the initiative of Viktor Orbán, Chairman of Fidesz - Hungarian Civic Union a new roundtable named 'Advisors on Cuban Transition' (ACT) has been formed in Budapest to help Cuba's democratic transition. The other founding members of ACT are Emil Constantinescu, former president of Romania, Mart Laar, former prime minister of Estonia and Jerzy Buzek, former prime minister of Poland.

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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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