Fidesz, led by Viktor Orban, has won the parliamentary elections in Hungary for the fourth time. According to AFP, Vladimir Putin congratulated the Hungarian prime minister, who spoke of “hope for the further development of bilateral partnerships.”
According to almost complete data (98.95% of the vote counted), the Fidesz-KDNP coalition won in Sunday’s elections 135 seats in the 199-seat parliament, thereby obtaining a constitutional majority. The united opposition, which fielded only one candidate in each single-member constituency for the first time, would win just 35 seats. Unexpectedly, the far-right party “Our Motherland”, which won seven seats, and a representative of German citizenship, which supported Fidesz with its vote in the previous session, unexpectedly entered parliament.
“The head of the Russian state expressed his conviction that despite the difficult international situation, the further development of bilateral partnership relations fully meets the interests of the peoples of Russia and Hungary,” the Kremlin said in a statement.
Orban: We defeated many opponents, including the president of Ukraine
– We achieved a great victory. On Sunday, Viktor Urban announced its size so that you can see it even from the moon, and certainly from Brussels.
The Hungarian Prime Minister assessed that during these elections the ruling coalition had to fight the strongest anti-winds: “The country’s left, the international left, the Brussels bureaucrats, all the money and organizations of (the financier) György Soros, the major international media, and finally the President of Ukraine “we had no Like this number of opponents once before.”
– We did not allow the shameful past to return, we defended the independence and freedom of Hungary, we defended their peace and security – values.
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