Born in Bucharest, he graduated from the Faculty of Hungarian and English Language and Literature at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. He worked for the public radio station in Hungary and he was a correspondent for Mediafax, PRO TV and other Romanian televisions. For two years he was Country Manager of a film distribution company, after which he returned to the press, as host of the Diplomatic Passport show at Digi24, then a correspondent in Hungary for the same TV station. Since 2021 he has been a freelance journalist.
Viktor Orbán is one of the longest-serving prime ministers in the history of Hungary. After three terms in office, he still enjoys widespread support. Illiberal policies, corruption allegations and the close ties with Russia doesn’t seem to affect Orbán’s odds to secure a fourth mandate of prime minister.