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Vona: Big turnout will mean change of government

March 13th, 2018

Jobbik's leader, Gabor Vona, has told supporters that if turnout is high enough in the April 8 general election, then there would be a chance of unseating the incumbent Fidesz-led alliance. Speaking at an election rally in Bekes, in south-east Hungary, on Tuesday, Vona said his radical nationalist party would stop corruption, sort out health care and create a fair pensions system. He also underlined Jobbik's pledge to keep the fence on the southern border and refuse entry to migrants "whether or not they have [bought a residency] bond". Vona also said Hungary's biggest problem was not immigration but emigration, adding that the government did not care about the latter.


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