Budapest – Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will have to face a united opposition for the first time in the parliamentary elections on April 3, which in surveys has been head-to-head with the long-standing head of government. President Janos Ader set the date on Tuesday. “We’ll be there,” Orbán wrote on Facebook afterwards. For his part, the opposition candidate, Peter Marki-Zay, started a countdown on the social network until the vote. Then Orbán’s “corrupt and greedy regime” would be overthrown, he wrote.