All Votes Counted, Fidesz Wins Two-Thirds Majority in Hungary

  • 11 Apr 2022 6:44 AM
  • Hungary Matters
All Votes Counted, Fidesz Wins Two-Thirds Majority in Hungary
With all votes cast in the April 3 general election counted, the non-final result has been declared in all the 106 individual constituencies.

Accordingly, the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance will have a two-thirds majority in Hungary’s new 199-member parliament.

The Fidesz-KDNP alliance triumphed in 87 constituencies, and the united opposition in 19 ones, National Election Office (NVI) figures show. With their national party lists, Fidesz-KDNP secured 48 mandates, the united opposition 38 and the Mi Hazánk Movement six ones.

The National Self-government of Germans in Hungary has got a preferential mandate.

The ruling alliance will have altogether 135 seats, the united opposition 57 seats and Mi Hazánk Movement six seats in the new National Assembly.

In the countryside Fidesz-KDNP triumphed in 86 out of 88 constituencies while the united opposition won 17 of the 18 mandates in Budapest.

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