The Hungarian News Agenecy (MTI) said, the Fidesz candidate on Sunday won an interim council election in one ward of Baja, south Hungary, where the ballot had to be repeated due to alleged discrepancies in the original vote.

Csaba Kovacs, the candidate of the ruling party scored 138 votes, Melinda Teket, the joint candidate of the opposition Socialists, E14-PM and DK parties won 69 votes, the mayor of the town, Robert Zsigo, of the ruling Fidesz party, told MTI ahead of an official final count on Sunday evening.

Source: MTI

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