Organisers postpone CPAC Hungary due to war
The Center for Fundamental Rights, together with the co-organiser American Conservative Union, decided to postpone CPAC Hungary (Conservative Political Action Conference) in Budapest, originally scheduled for 25-26 March, to 18-20 May, due to the war raging in Ukraine.
According to the Center for Fundamental Rights, “every politician, national and party leader must concentrate all their efforts in their home countries to enhance the security of their nations and the Western World, as well as to help bring about a peaceful resolution to this conflict.”
More information on the May event will be posted on www.cpachungary.com and on the Facebook page of Center for Fundamental Rights.
Hungary is the first European country to host CPAC, a major conservative political event and convention for US Republicans.