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Péter Juhász, an opposition politician, harbors hope that Péter Magyar will break his silence

The Hungarian political scene was rocked even within the ranks of the governing parties when Katalin Novák, President of the Republic, granted clemency to one of the individuals implicated in a pedophilia case at the Bicske children's home, namely Endre K.
Our series of articles tracks the developments of this scandal.

Péter Juhász, who is gearing up for a mayoralty bid in the fifth district during the upcoming municipal elections in June, has reached out to Péter Magyar, the former husband of ex-Justice Minister Judit Varga, who recently turned against the NER (National Cooperation System). Juhász's message followed Magyar's public criticism, where he was among the first within the NER's circle to admit that multiple mistakes were made in handling the clemency for Endre K. A few days later, coinciding with President Katalin Novák, his ex-wife Judit Varga also announced her retirement from politics. Magyar subsequently continued to criticize the government and system through several posts, with particularly strong comments about Antal Rogán, while also resigning from all his state positions.

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After both Katalin Novák and Judit Varga announced their resignations, Judit Varga's ex-husband, Péter Magyar, strongly confronted the NER world. He wrote that he did not want to be part of a system where the true culprits hide behind women's skirts, while people named Toni, Ádám, and Barbara laugh into their fists.

"You write in your post that 'many are asking why I've been silent until now, why only now have I seen the light.' From this, I infer that you will no longer stay silent," Juhász begins his message and adds that resigning from positions does not equate to breaking the silence. The opposition politician suggests that it was these positions that made Magyar complicit in his silence and although he has taken steps not to be complicit anymore, remaining silent will keep him that way.

"I truly believe that a person can change through the impact of an issue, that there comes a point in one's life when enough is enough. We have seen individuals go from human rights advocates to nazis, and from nazis to orthodox Jews," – continues the opposition politician and calls upon Judit Varga's ex-husband to show what it's like when one isn't afraid of the system. "If you truly feel that it's your duty to act for your country and bring to light what you know, you'll find a partner in me. We could make a good team: you're filled with information, I'm filled with a desire to take action, and I won't be deterred by the likes of Rogán. I've got it on paper," writes Juhász and concludes, "Let's meet on the right side."

Just hours later, Péter Magyar started to reveal some of the information he had in an interview with Partizán. He discussed the clemency scandal that led to the downfall of two female politicians of Fidesz, the concentration of power in the hands of Antal Rogán, and even broached the subject of the governmental circles' role in his divorce. You can read our detailed account here.
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