The position of János Áder in the Fidesz system will be somewhat like what the parliament had before the fall of the communist regime. One must exist, but it’ singular job is that its exists. All the while though there may be a time as happened in 1989 that there is a need for it, or at least there would be a need for it.
János Áder has never in his life been in a position where he would have made decisions in an accountable way, or at least visibly for the civil world. Vice president of Fidesz, leader of the Fidesz group in parliament, speaker of the house, member of the European Parliament; his new position perfectly fits this listing. We will not have a clue as to what would happen if he was accountable for something. On the face of it his competence would be the country and the nation, but at least the state, which he is the head of. In reality, there is hardly anybody who would be able to access this area from this position, and he himself hardly sets ambitions for doing so.
Viktor Orbán recommended him as president with the caveat that his most important task will be to strengthen the system of the new Basic Law. In other words: the prime minister ordered what the future president’s most important task must be.