According to the results of the vote count published after 8 pm, Dobrevová won with 34.4% of the vote. Budapest Mayor Gergeli Karasonia, the candidate of the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP) and the Dialogue Party (Barbeshid), received 27.6 percent of the vote, while Peter Marky Zai of Hungary for All (Mindinke Magyarossaga Mozgalum) received 20.3 percent of the vote. Jobbik’s Peter Jakab and András Fekete-Győr did not advance from the Momentum move to the second round of the preliminary stage.
He does not intend to negotiate with anyone about the issue of resignation
And in front of journalists, Dobrevova thanked 630 thousand voters for their participation in the primaries and stated that she did not intend to negotiate with anyone on the issue of resignation. According to telex.hu, Marky Zay, who was a surprise in the first round, announced that he would abandon his candidacy in favor of Karaksonia, because he believed that Dobrevova’s supporters would not be strong enough against Fidesz in the parliamentary elections.
According to the results of the preliminary census so far in 95 individual constituencies out of a total of 106, DK has succeeded in 31 constituencies, Jobbik has fielded candidate in 26 constituencies, MSZP has succeeded in 13 constituencies, Dialogue in seven and LMP in five constituencies one.
The heads of the DK, MSZP, Jobbik, the environmental party LMP, Dialogue (Párbeszéd) and Momentum agreed last year to choose a joint candidate in the form of primaries for each of the 106 individual constituencies, as well as the same. Procedures for selecting the opposition candidate for next year’s parliamentary elections.
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