The above picture was taken in Miskolc back in 1993. It clearly demonstrates that the person who is actually speaking has nothing to do with that person who sits on his left hand side in a light brown jacket. It is only by chance that this is actually a Fidesz gathering and Péter Polt, the person who is actually addressing the Fidesz delegates, became an MP first, then chief prosecutor for 9 years out of the will of the prime minister nominated by Fidesz.
As the picture proves: it is absurd to think that Viktor Orbán would have any influence over what his candidate MP does as the first man of state prosecution authority. Rétvári, state secretary of justice, does not influence anything either when he declares his wish at a recent gathering that Gyurcsány (former prime minister) should get 30 years in prison. Only this picture would be enough for us to call a demonstration in front of the Zichy street building of the State Prosecution at 12.30pm Monday, 3 October; even though there will be a similar demonstration parallel to that one in Miskolc. It is worth to check the archives before a show trial ordered by a dictator who is in a difficult position as he is facing his own failure, we will find such miracles and evidences.