Gábor Kubatov

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Gábor Kubatov
Member of the National Assembly
Assumed office
16 May 2006
Personal details
Born (1966-02-17) 17 February 1966 (age 48)
Budapest, Hungary
Political party Fidesz (since 2002)
Profession entrepreneur, politician
The native form of this personal name is Kubatov Gábor. This article uses the Western name order.

Gábor Kubatov (born February 17, 1966) is a Hungarian politician, member of the National Assembly (MP) from Fidesz Budapest Regional List since 2006.[1]


His father is from Azerbaijan and his mother is Hungarian. He attended to secondary school in Pesterzsébet. He graduated as a technological and vehicle appraiser and expert from the agricultural mechanical engineering faculty of the Gödöllő University of Agricultural Sciences in 1997. From the 1990s he worked as an enterpreneur. He worked in the fields of hospitality, commerce and inhabitants service. He moved to Soroksár with his family in 1997.[2]

He has been chairman of the District XXIII of Budapest Fidesz branch since 2002. He has been party director of Fidesz since July 1, 2006.[2] In the parliamentary elections held in 2006, he was elected from the Budapest Regional List. He was member of the Committee on Culture and the Media since October 9, 2006 to May 13, 2010. He also secured a mandate from the party's Budapest Regional List during the 2010 parliamentary election. He is a member of the Committee on Human Rights, Minority, Civic and Religious Affairs since May 30, 2006.[1]

Kubatov served as campaign executive of the party during the Hungarian fees abolishment referendum in 2008 and the 2009 European Parliament election in Hungary. He is the current President of the Ferencvárosi TC.


  • Kubatov is one of the most passive MPs in the National Assembly since 2006. During his parliamentary career, he gave a speech only once, on April 3, 2007.[1][3]
  • In two audio recordings (disclosed in 2010) and in a video (disclosed in 2012) Kubatov speaks about creating and managing a list containing data on the party preference of voters. Fidesz allegedly uses this list to activate its voters. Additionally, in the video Kubatov instructs Fidesz-activists to break the campaign silence period to send lazy sympathizers to vote.[4]


  1. ^ a b c "Register". Országgyűlés. 
  2. ^ a b "Biography". Országgyűlés. 
  3. ^ "Néma Leventék és szószátyárok a Parlamentben". Gondola.hu. Retrieved 4 January 2012. 
  4. ^ Így működik a titkos Kubatov-lista! Blikk. Retrieved 13 September 2013