Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the Fidesz party won a “decisive victory” in the Hungarian elections and “created an opportunity to defend” the nation.
In a crushing defeat for the globalist government in Brussels, Mr. Orban’s party could regain a possible “super majority” in parliament that will at the very least push back on the globalist agenda of open borders and unfettered migration,
“We won,” Prime Minister Orban said. “We created the opportunity to defend Hungary. A great battle is behind us. We have achieved a decisive victory.”
As Tsarizm.com has reported, Mr. Orban fought back against billionaire socialist and financier George Soros and his globalist agenda.
With 84.7% of the votes counted, the Fidesz party and its ally, the Christian Democrat party, won at least 133 of the 199 seats, the bare minimum needed for a two-thirds majority. The right-wing nationalist Jobbik party placed second with 26 seats, while a Socialist left-wing coalition ran third with only 20 seats.
“Hungarian democracy is strong,” Gergely Gulyas, the parliament faction leader for Fidesz, said. “Alongside high voter turnout, the country will have a strong, legitimate parliament.”