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Victor Orbán

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Nativitas: 31 Maii 1963; Alba Regalis
Patria: Hungaria

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Hungary, Prime Minister of Hungary, member of the National Assembly of Hungary, member of the National Assembly of Hungary, member of the National Assembly of Hungary, member of the National Assembly of Hungary, member of the National Assembly of Hungary, member of the National Assembly of Hungary, member of the National Assembly of Hungary
Munus: Politicus, jurist, association football player, Causidicus

Consociatio

Factio: Fidesz
Religio: Calvinismus

Familia

Genitores: Győző Bálint Orbán; Erzsébet Sípos
Coniunx: Anikó Lévai
Proles: Ráhel Orbán, Gáspár Orbán, Sára Orbán, Róza Orbán, Flóra Orbán

Memoria

Laurae: Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Gregory the Great, Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit, Q1296398, Q34675493, Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of Hungary
Victor Orbán anno 2011

Victor Michael Orbán, vulgo Orbán Viktor Mihály (Albae Regalis die 31 Maii 1963 natus), alumnus universitatis Budapestinensis, est politicus Hungariae. Anno 1988, etiam universitatem frequentans, inter conditores fuit factionis Fidesz. Praeses anno 1991 electus est huius factionis, quae mox nationalis factus est et ab anno 2000 factionis popularis Europaeae socia. Orbán primus minister patriae ab anno 1998 usque ad 2002 fuit, cui officio rursus mense Maio 2010 electus etiam hodie fungitur.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Consilium ministrorum Hungaricum Victoris Orbán 2010–
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Zoltán Balog (2012–2018) • Andrea Bártfai-Mager (2018–) • Tibor Benkő (2018–) • Alexander Fazekas (2010–2018) • Thomas Fellegi (2010–2012) • Gergely Gulyás (2018–) • Csaba Hende (2010–2015) • Nicolaus Kásler (2018–) • Lajos Kósa (2017–) • Ioannes Lázár (2010–2018) • Ioannes Martonyi (2010–2014) • Georgius Matolcsy (2010–2013) • Stephanus Nagy (2018–) • Tiburtius Navracsics (2010–2014) • Victor Orbán • Ladislaus Palkovics (2018–) • Alexander Pintér • Nicolaus Réthelyi (2010–2012) • Antal Rogán (2015–) • Zsolt Semjén • Susanna Serényi (Németh Lászlóné; 2011–2014) • Nicolaus Seszták (2010–2018) • Stephanus Simicskó (2015–2018) • Ioannes Süli (2017–) • Petrus Szijjártó (2014–) • Ladislaus Trócsányi • Michaël Varga (2012–)