Index - Domestic - Péter Márki-Zay publishes SMS exchanged with Klára Dobrev

Péter Márki-Zay shared his SMS with Klára Dobrev, in which the two prime ministerial candidates spoke about the joint statement they mentioned. The RTL Klub newsAccording to him, the text of the statement was written by a candidate of the Democratic Coalition (DK), and the candidate of the Everyone’s Hungary Movement (MMM) did not extract a sentence from it, only corrected it.

Our debates, between our supporters and followers, are often militant, sometimes unfounded remarks in the heat of the campaign.

– stood in the unpublished announcement. Péter Márki-Zay did not extract sentences from the statement, but added that

we are convinced that any of us will be the winner of the pre-selection, we will support him as well.

The MMM candidate also wrote a sentence about urging everyone to love and accept each other. In addition, Péter Márki-Zay rewrote a sentence about the chances against Viktor Orbán. Klára Dobrev would have liked to have appeared in the announcement that they have an equal chance to change government in 2022. However, Péter Márki-Zay considered this statement to be a lie, citing recent polls.

“That’s not enough for me, Peter.” This is an authorization for everyone to continue throwing mud. I’m sorry, it can’t be common.

– Let’s change how?

– stood in the following messages, but Péter Márki-Zay has not received a reply to the SMS since then. Klára Dobrev said that the joint statement was not made because of the text, but because of the slander and accusations that took place between them.

The DK prime ministerial candidate also said that Judit Popovics, mentioned by Péter Márki-Zay, who was allegedly blackmailed by the DK, could not run in the pre-election because of them, but the six opposition parties voted that way. He added that neither the MMM aspirant nor Judit Popovics had any evidence that they had been blackmailed by DK.

DK is filing a criminal complaint for defamation of Judit Popovics in public.

(Cover photo: Klára Dobrev and Péter Márki-Zay on October 13, 2021. Photo: Patrícia Bodnár / Index)

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