The MP, Ákos Hadházy, took two signs that read: “He has to lie since he uttered too much”, and”Stop propaganda, stop corruption”.
Hadházy, among the very vocal MPs from the opposition, decided to maintain his demonstration throughout the initial plenary session because Hungary’s municipal elections, where Orban’s party Fidesz dropped the capital, Budapest.
Orbán, who had been speaking about European policies and the”mistakes” – his term of this Commission on law and economics, suspended his address and attempted unsuccessfully to catch the indications.
The MPs of most intervened to assist him in a series of patriotic zeal, they obscured Hadházy’s message together with Hungarian flags.
Ákos Hadházy gained sway in Hungarian politics annually after he staged a protest at the Hungarian state TV headquarters to protest the new”captivity legislation”, which attracted to 400 the amount of outstanding working hours which companies can request their workers.
On Facebook, Hadházy known for”extra-parliamentary” activities contrary to the policies of the Fidesz government.