With all votes cast in the April 3 general election counted, the non-final result has been declared in all the 106 individual constituencies.
Accordingly, the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance will have a two-thirds majority in Hungary’s new 199-member parliament.
The Fidesz-KDNP alliance triumphed in 87 constituencies, and the united opposition in 19 ones, National Election Office (NVI) figures show.
With their national party lists, Fidesz-KDNP secured 48 mandates, the opposition alliance 38, and far-right Mi Hazánk six.
The National Self-government of Germans in Hungary has got a preferential mandate.
The ruling alliance will have altogether 135 seats, the opposition alliance 57 seats, and Mi Hazánk Movement six seats in the new National Assembly.
In the countryside, Fidesz-KDNP triumphed in 86 out of 88 constituencies while the united opposition won 17 of the 18 mandates in Budapest.
Summary of votes cast on national party lists
With all votes counted, the proportions of ballots cast on national party lists in the April 3 general election are as follows, according to the National Election Office:
1. Fidesz-KDNP 54.10 percent, 3,057,195 votes
2. United for Hungary opposition alliance (DK-Jobbik-Momentum-MSZP-LMP-Párbeszéd) 34.46 percent, 1,947,117 votes
3. Mi Hazánk 5.88 percent, 332,440 votes
4. Two-tailed Dog Party 3.27 percent, 185,030 votes
5. Solution Movement 1.04 percent, 58,928 votes
6. Party for a Normal Life 0.70 percent, 39,712 votes
Featured photo illustration by Zoltán Fischer/PM’s Press Office