Hungarians have voted in national elections, with exit polls showing Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party being returned to power with a comfortable majority. But worries remain about the rise of the far-right Jobbik Party.
Huge crowds have rallied once more in Budapest against newly re-elected Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Protesters accuse him of taking control of the media and turning it into his propaganda instrument.
Euroskeptic Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has won a third term in office, and his Fidesz party will hold a two-thirds majority in parliament. Orban's campaign focused heavily on an anti-immigrant sentiment.
Hungarians are being asked to pick between competing apocalyptic visions in Sunday's election: A country and culture devastated by foreign invasion versus a corrupt dictatorship. Tim Gosling reports from Budapest.
Hungarians are calling for changes to the voting process they say has given Prime Minister Viktor Orban's party an unfair advantage. International observers have also queried the fairness of the recent national election.
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