Peter Marki-Zay, the outsider of the future parliamentary elections in Hungary

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The new Hungarian opposition leader, Peter Marki-Zay at a press conference in Budapest, October 18, 2021. ATTILA KISBENEDEK AFP

By: Romain Lemaresquier Follow

According to many experts, Peter Marki-Zay is able to end the "reign" of Viktor Orban.

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The opposition parties in Hungary organized for the first time primaries bringing together six political parties ranging from left to far right.

The idea being to choose a single candidate to try to beat the outgoing Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in the legislative elections scheduled for April 2022. And it is Peter Marki-Zay, a 49-year-old politician and father of seven children, which is not affiliated with any party, which imposed itself somewhat to everyone's surprise.

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