Budapest (MTI) – Gabor Vona, head of radical nationalist Jobbik, said late on Sunday that his party had notched up a significant achievement in the local elections.
Vona said deputies of his party “are now there at all points of the country,” and had come second in 17 counties out of a total of 19. He added that the election had multiplied the number of Jobbik’s mayors.
Vona said he trusted that in the 2018 general election voters would have a choice between Fidesz and Jobbik. He said that Fidesz’s “two-thirds majority will not last forever,” and so Jobbik would start preparing for government.
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