Voters against Hungarian Prime Minister- large-scale rally in Budapest
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was elected for the fourth term which was followed by the protests in the streets of Budapest. The opposition demands amendments to the electoral system, according to which the ruling coalition gained more than half of the seats in the Parliament despite getting only 50 percent vote. Among the demands is the appointment of new elections, as well as the resignation of Peter Polt, the chief prosecutor of Orban. The opposition accuses him of corruption and media abuse. The protesters are going to hold a rally next week.