Outsider Marki-Zay hopes to blunt Orban’s attacks in 2022 Hungarian election

BUDAPEST, Oct 17 (Reuters) – Peter Marki-Zay, the small-town mayor who will take on Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Hungary’s 2022 election, figures his conservative, family-man persona will leave nationalist Orban floundering in next year’s vote.

Marki-Zay beat left-wing front-runner Klara Dobrev in an opposition primary on Sunday in a major upset, as only two of the six opposition parties had endorsed him before the vote.

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Source: Reuters