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Hungary Two Months Before the Elections – Can the Opposition Win?

In 2021, six opposition parties decided to select a prime ministerial candidate through a joint primary, to nominate a single candidate in every electoral district, and to run a common electoral list for the proportional part of the electoral system. One of the most influential Hungarian political scientists, Zsolt Enyedi, discusses with Daniel Rona, political scientist, director of the 21 Research Center, and former advisor to the Momentum Movement, the key questions related to the cooperation between the opposition parties before the April elections. 

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