The Center for Fundamental Rights has concluded a more successful CPAC Hungary than ever before. A coalition of pro-peace, anti-globalist forces was formed at the third conservative jamboree, and now the international right from Europe to America is joining forces for the elections.

This year's CPAC Hungary attracted an unprecedented three thousand participants. The event was attended by nearly 500 foreign guests from six continents and featured a total of 80 speakers, including two sitting prime ministers, Viktor Orbán and Irakli Kobakhidze, and three former Prime Ministers, including Tony Abbott, Mateusz Moriawecki and Janez Janša, seven ministers (five Hungarians and two Israelis), ten political party leaders, including Santiago Abascal, Geert Wilders and Tom van Grieken, three US Congressman (Andy Harris, Paul Gosar, Keith Self) and seven Polish political leaders. There was no shortage of video messages, with Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States, Vivek Ramaswamy fourthermore André Ventura, founder of the Portuguese Chega! party, encouraging the Hungarian audience to stand up for their struggles.

The real media, the real news media network, was represented by 36 media brands from 13 countries, with 140 press representatives. There were also 50 exhibiting partners, including think tanks from the US and Central Europe, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy and Poland.


At the first CPAC Hungary 2022, we offered the triad of "God, Homeland, Family" as a civilisational minimum to our conservative friends, the defence of which binds us together. The year that followed was about deepening cooperation based on this, and Viktor Orbán made clear what we reject as irrevocable: the right says no to uncontrolled migration, gender ideology and war - that was the theme of United We Stand in 2023.