Fidesz VP says local election results show voters not turning on ruling party

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Voters are not turning away from the ruling Fidesz party, Lajos Kósa, an executive vice president of Fidesz, said on Monday, commenting on local-election wins over the weekend. Fidesz won in the localities of Dunakeszi and Szentedre, towns bordering the capital. Kósa said the results go to show that people are only paying “scant attention to the internal struggles” of the left-wing parties and their “hate campaign”.

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