According to Kormany.hu, Orban stated that after eight consecutive years in office, in April the Hungarian government was given the opportunity to work for another four years, and was mandated to build a new era. “After the third two-thirds victory we need a new intellectual and cultural approach”, he said, “and there is no denying that from September major changes lie ahead of us.”
The prime minister described rebuilding the Carpathian Basin as one of Hungary’s most important plans. He said that “Hungary’s one hundred years of solitude is at an end. Once more we are strong, we are determined, we are brave, we have power, we have money, and we have our resources.
He stated that every European country has the right to defend its Christian culture, and it has the right to reject the ideology of multiculturalism. Every country has the right to defend the traditional family model, and to profess that “every child has the right to a mother and a father,” Orban pointed out.