The latest parliamentary elections held in Hungary have given a significant majority to the FIDESZ-KDNP. The party, which had won 44 per cent of the vote in elections in April 2014 also continues its wide lead in approval ratings.Although polls show that the governing FIDESZ-KDNP has lost some support, it still came in first with 41 per cent of the vote. JOBBIK, which was the third party with 21 per cent of the vote in 2014, has come in second place with 24 per cent, but it is still too weak to form a counterbalance to the FIDESZ-KDNP.The Left Coalition, which is the most important rival of FIDESZ-KDNP is in disarray. The Left Coalition, which had received 26 percent of the vote to come in second place in April 2014 elections is today represented by three factions in parliament. The largest party of the Left Coalition, the MSzP has only 12 per cent of the vote.Hungary, which has generally escaped the Europe-wide political tensions experienced due to the economic crisis and the wave of refugees is following a process of stability with the FIDESZ-KDNP. As long as the strengthening flow of migration due to the Syrian Civil War and the tumultuous period which has resulted can be overcome without many problems, it seems that the FIDESZ-KDNP is set to obtain an indefinite period in power.News Centre

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