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Vörösmarty square, Budapest, 2010.

Posted by
Janos Kummer (Budapest, Hungary) on 26 April 2010 in Documentary & Street.

Centre-right Fidesz had won 263 seats, above the 258 needed for the two-thirds majority, ousting the Socialists after eight years and securing a mandate to enact reforms and revive the economy.
Fidesz was last in power between 1998 and 2002 and prime minister Viktor Orbán can now form the first non-coalition government with a two-thirds mandate in Hungary's 20-year post-communist history.