Fidesz Mandate Secured Through To 2014

December 2010
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Dec2010, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p5
Country Report
The article focuses on the authority of the Fidesz party in administrating Hungary after their victory during the Hungarian municipal elections on October 30, 2010. It says that the said government will control all the 19 county assemblies within the nation and it will perform policymaking process until 2014. It states that the government claims that there are no extra austerity that will be inflicted on the country. Meanwhile, a chart is presented which shows the economic condition of Hungary.


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