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PM Orban Addresses 100,000 in Central Budapest

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PM Orban Addresses 100,000 in Central Budapest

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Over 100,000 people joined a so-called Peace March to Heroes’ Square in central Budapest, where conservative Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is tipped to be re-elected next month, addressed the crowd. Speaking at the rally on March 29, he said: “We’re here today to tell everyone, we want another four years.” Orban’s Fidesz party is up against the far-right Jobbik and a centre-left opposition alliance. Credit: YouTube/Neffit85

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