Fidesz internal politics and the Romanian Hungarian parties The Fidesz bigwigs are divided on whether they want to support MPP (Magyar Polgári Párt) or EMNP (Erdélyi Magyar Néppárt) in Romania. But they definitely don’t want anything to do with Hunor Kelemen’s RMDSZ (Román-Magyar Demokratikus Szövetség) which according to the opinion polls is the strongest Hungarian party in Romania with about 80% of the ethnic Hungarian vote. Fidesz politicians have been frequent visitors in Romania of late because of the municipal elections that will be held tomorrow. But they have been campaigning for different anti-RMDSZ parties. Tamás Deutsch campaigned for EMNP in Județul Bihor (Bihar megye) a week or so ago. A few days later, István Tarlós, mayor of Budapest, visited Odorheiu Secuiesc/Székelyudvarhely in Județul Harghita (Hargita megye) campaigning for Jenő Szász, the chairman of MPP. Tarlós actually went there to initiate a sister-city relationship between Budapest and Székelyudvarhely, but he refused to hand over the invitation to the current mayor who is affiliated with RMDSZ. Instead, it was deposited with the mayoral hopeful, Jenő Szász, an old friend of László Kövér.