Preliminary results show that the Fidesz party won a landslide victory in the 2014 general election

Sunday, April 6, 2014

The National Election Office has announced that all polling stations now have been closed, election results will be coming soon. Voter turnout was lower than four years ago.

“Nézőpont Intézet” telephone survey made right after the closure of the polling stations shows that the Fidesz party won the Sunday's parliamentary elections by 48 percent support; the globalist alliance (Mesterhazy, Gyurcsany, Bajnai) received 27 percent, the Jobbik party 18 percent, and the LMP 6 percent of the popular vote.

The Fidesz politicians are gathering at the party's headquarters in Ferencváros. Among the guests are several ethnic Hungarian politicians including the head of the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians (VMSZ) Pásztor István and President of the Transcarpathian Hungarian Cultural Association (KMKSZ) László Brenzovics.

After 96,24% ballots counted Fidesz leads by 44.33% followed by the the Globalist Alliance (Mesterhazy, Gyurcsany, Bajnai) by 25.78%, the Jobbik party finished third by 20.60% and the LMP fourth by 5.22%. The final results also show that “Nézőpont Intézet” survey results were inaccurate.

At Jobbik headquarters party President Gábor Vone briefly evaluated the election results.

Jobbik couldn't win the election to start a new era, but our support steadily growing.

He emphasized: Jobbik finished ahead of the globalists in a number of constituencies, however, failed to achieve a breakthrough in individual districts.

“Ahead of the European Parliament elections it is important to note that in the EU Jobbik is the strongest national radical party," said Vona.

Gábor Vona sent a message to party sympathizers -- don't give up. "Tomorrow we dust off our cloths and in 2018 we're going to win the election".

Attila Mesterházy said: The important thing is that we stood by our principles. We accept the election results, but won't congratulate to the Fidesz party because it changed the election rules and monopolized the media, which never happened in the past 24 years lied the globalist stooge. The Fidesz government abused its power complained Mesterházy.

American puppet Gordon Bajnai said it was important to understand why we have failed and disappointed our supporters. Low voters' support shows that we could not meet people's expectations. We should accept the result but of course, there is no reason to congratulate to the winner. Starting tomorrow we have to analyze the circumstances and find the reasons why we've failed.

Bajnai, a former young communist, probably feels that after such a dismal failure American money will stop coming. Bajnai's foundation is financed by Center for American Progress, a liberal a policy institute.

Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany blamed the Globalist Alliance's failure to win on Viktor Orban's despotism, his Eastern partnership policy and the fact that the prime minister looks down on the poor. “We respect the will of the voters, but we will never accept this government as a legitimate power in the historical and moral sense" said the seriously bent clown Sunday night in Budapest's New Orleans Club, in front of fifty or sixty pinheads.

According to Gyurcsany, twentieth century Hungarian history provided dozens of examples when people made the wrong choices. And when the sobering up came tragic events followed.

"Let fate prove me wrong," said Gyurcsany. According to the nutcase, there is a good chance that the new government won't complete its term; he will do everything in his power to bring the government down he added.

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Anonymous said...

This is all a show, Fidesz is doing exactly what the Liberals were doing, just that they are dressed up as national right wing. Fidesz is powerless, just an EU puppet.

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