Érpatak Municipal Council dissolved itself - interim mayoral election will be held

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Érpatak is led by controversial Mayor Zoltán Mihály Orosz, one of the champions of gypsy integration in Hungarian society.

The mayor developed a system called "Érpatak model" which produced stunning results in the municipality in the past couple of years - among other things, the consistent application of the model eliminated crime in the village and sped up gypsy integration in Hungarian society.

Due to the effectiveness of the system, more and more municipalities across the country started adopting the "Érpatak model" as other attempts to integrate gypsies in Hungarian society have failed.

The “Érpatak model” is based on three pillars: order, cooperation and the fight against "destroyers". "If someone disturbs his/her neighbors, the person has to do public work. If he/she refuses it then the person’s social benefits are suspended for three years said the mayor in a previous interview.

Mayor Zoltán Mihály Orosz

The solid results of minority integration in Hungarian society made lots of enemies to the mayor; the liberal establishment and fake human rights organizations demonize him on a daily basis as the globalists prefer ethnic division to unity as inter-ethnic hostilities better serve their interests.

The liberals argue that the mayor achieved results by intimidating the minority; but the facts remain, Érpatak gypsies have become the most enthusiastic supporters of Mayor Zoltán Mihály Orosz. The more intelligent segments of the gypsy population understand that the mainstream parties use them as assets to win seats in local and national elections, but integration of them is not a priority as the undereducated masses are easier to control and manipulate.

The interim mayoral election will be held in the next three months.

According to the independent mayor of the village, lack of cooperation by some members of the municipal council almost bankrupted the settlement.

Érpatak Trianon Memorial

These assets were unwilling to cooperate with him due to personal grievances said the mayor who repeatedly initiated the dissolution of the municipal body.

Zoltán Mihály Orosz was elected as mayor of Érpatak the first time in 2005; he already indicated that he would run again for the mayoral seat in the upcoming interim mayoral election.

(MTI - edited by hungarianambiance.com)


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