Peter Ungar: Without him, Hungary would be a worse place

Education, knowledge and great intellectual humor are combined with the TGM name.

Miklos Gaspar Tamas died. As a classic public writer, thinker and politician, he fought for a good and beloved Hungary all his life. Where we stand up for the poorest, where we do not trample on human rights, where we take responsibility for each other and our environment, and where we condemn extremists. By his own admission, he was forced to modify his political views many times, but his true views never changed. He was leftist, he was green, he was democrat.

Education, knowledge and great intellectual humor are combined with the TGM name. Everyone got it from him. If necessary, he distracted the Prime Minister to the commemoration, spoke out loudly against the most serious breaches of the law, against extremism, against the excesses of consumer capitalism, but he of course (rightly) criticized the opposition parties as well.

He was not shy and did not make concessions. The entire political community of the Miklós Liberal Democratic Party remembers Gaspar Tamas with respect, one of the most important Hungarian thinkers and public figures of the last 40 years. Without him, Hungary would be a worse place.

May God have mercy on him!

Opening photo: MTI/Atila Kovács

Miklos Gaspar Tamas died


Miklos Tamas Gaspar, philosopher and public writer, former columnist for the Democratic Opposition and representative of the first freely elected parliament, died at the age of 74, 24. The portal also indicates that Miklos Tamas Gaspar was born on November 28, 1948 in Cluj, and graduated from Papio University Bolayi with a Philosophy degree in 1972.

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