The opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) celebrated its ninth anniversary on Saturday, at an online event in view of the coronavirus epidemic. In a short film, MEP Klára Dobrev said last year’s local elections had shown that the Hungarian opposition could win and govern if they cooperated. An all-opposition cooperation handed “the Orbán regime” its first serious defeat, she said. Dobrev pledged to stick to the “recipe of winning” in the 2022 general elections. In a video message, David Maria Sassoli, the President of the European Parliament, greeted DK, calling it a young party with significant achievements and a commitment to pro-European principles.