HUNGARY (OBSERVATORY) – Several tens of thousands of people gathered on Saturday, April 14, at a demonstration in Budapest in disagreement with the results of the parliamentary elections. This is reported by Daily News Hungary.
According to the publication, the action was held in front of the parliament building in the Hungarian capital.
The protesters called for solidarity and unity in the interests of freedom, democracy, the rule of law and freedom of the press.
Earlier in Hungary, parliamentary elections were held. Hungarian Prime Minister and chairman of the FIDES-Hungarian Civic Union party, Viktor Orban, speaking to his supporters, announced the victory of the ruling coalition on the ballot.
In this regard, the OSCE published a report that spoke of the lack of fair competition and bias in the media during the elections in Hungary.