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OFFICIAL: Fidesz Wins EP Election with 52 percent

MTI-Hungary Today 2019.05.26.

Hungary’s ruling Fidesz alliance with the Christian Democrats won the European Parliament election with 52.14 percent amid a higher-than-projected turnout in Sunday’s vote.

Results with 99.9 percent of the votes counted:

Fidesz-KDNP – 1,777,757 votes (52.14 percent)

DK – 554,286 (16.26 percent)

Momentum – 338,314 (9.92 percent)

Socialists(MSZP)-Párbeszéd – 227,786 (6.68 percent)

Jobbik- 219,539 (6.44 percent)

Mi Hazánk – 113,529 (3.33 percent)

Two-Tailed Dog Party – 89,635 (2.63 percent)

LMP – 74,554 (2.19 percent)

Hungarian Workers’ Party – 14.385 (0.42 percent)

The mandates won are as follows:

Fidesz-KDNP: 13

DK: 4

Momentum: 2

Socialists(MSZP)-Párbeszéd: 1

Jobbik: 1

The list of Hungarian MEPs are as follows (based on the party lists and in alphabetical order):

Fidesz-KDNP (13 seats):

Andrea Bocskor

Andor Deli

Tamás Deutsch

Kinga Gál

Enikó Győri

András Gyürk

Balázs Hidvéghi

György Hölvényi

Lívia Járóka

Ádám Kósa

József Szájer

Edina Tóth

László Trócsányi

DK (4 seats):

Attila Ara-Kovács

Klára Dobrev

Csaba Molnár

Sándor Rónai

Momentum (2 seats):

Katalin Cseh

Anna Júlia Donáth

Socialists (MSZP) – Párbeszéd (1 seats):

Bertalan Tóth

Jobbik(1 seat):

Márton Gyöngyösi

In the featured photo: PM and Fidesz President Viktor Orbán. Photo by Szilárd Koszticsák/MTI