Last bets, please!

Ready, steady, …

The last results before today’s elections

The results will be announced tonight!

 

What would I like to see most ?  MSZP and its splinters to be buried for good.

 

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15 Comments

  1. szebbjovot

     /  06/04/2014

    Sorry for spamming your blog, but Leto must be feeling pretty smug right now, good day to be a ‘hardcore Fidesz supporter’ and terrible day to be a postcommie 😀

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  2. szebbjovot

     /  06/04/2014

    Am watching the election on Duna TV with a smile on my face 🙂

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    • szebbjovot

       /  06/04/2014

      The general trend (other than Budapest) I am seeing is a huge lead by Fidesz, with Jobbik and the Left coalition being pretty much neck and neck, and in some districts even Jobbik has a huge lead over the left, like Hajdú-Bihar 04.

      I don’t want to jump to conclusions yet, but I think the end result will most likely be 45-50% for Fidesz, 23-25% for the Left and 20-22% for Jobbik.

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    • Géza

       /  06/04/2014

      me too! 🙂

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  3. olga

     /  06/04/2014

    I’d rather see JOBBIK six feet under

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    • Géza

       /  06/04/2014

      Instead of the MSZP? Well or you are a MSZP supporter or of one of their friends or you believe a lot of mainstream propaganda (like about Fidesz) or know very little about JOBBIK in the first place.

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  4. Angela Bogazcy

     /  06/04/2014

    ‘What would I like to see most ? MSZP and its splinters to be buried for good.’

    Too noxious for burial. Dump their ashes in the Patagonia desert — or any desert. And forget them. 🙂

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  5. Géza

     /  06/04/2014

    I hope they will speaking to Him for guidance and council, as we should do for our nation, country and government! I also hope and pray MSZP will be history. Well I did my part by casting my vote! 🙂

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    • Angela Bogazcy

       /  06/04/2014

      ‘Well I did my part by casting my vote!’ I envy you. I lost my voting rights because of the ‘residency’ condition. (Having a registered address in Hungary is no longer enough. You can vote in Hungary only if your primary residence is there. I was tempted to lie … 🙂

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      • Géza

         /  06/04/2014

        I voted by mail! No I don’t life in the “old” parts of Hungary, but Western Europe and I am also not a “new” citizen. The process went amazing easy. I registered and got all the papers and ballot by mail and send it back. The only rule is, you can not have a primary residence in Hungary!

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        • Angela Bogazcy

           /  06/04/2014

          Eh? Surely I did not muff it! I had to declare whether I am normally (for most of the time) resident in Hungary or in Britain, and in which of the two places I vote. Since I am a registered voter in Britain, I could not also remain a registered voter in Hungary. (If I misunderstood, I shall kick myself heftily.)

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          • Géza

             /  06/04/2014

            even when you are a registered voter in a foreign country, you still can vote as a hungarian citizen by mail, if you don’t have a primary residence in Hungary. I am a good example of this…. don’t blame yourself to much! 🙂

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            • Angela Bogazcy

               /  06/04/2014

              Aw … I wish I could do one of Leto’s faces … a sad, sorry, furious, deeply ashamed one.

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  6. Southerner

     /  06/04/2014

    May God bless Hungary with wise strong humble leaders who are often speaking to Him for guidance and council.

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