Far-right party poised to make gains in Hungary
By PABLO GORONDI, Associated Press Writer Pablo Gorondi, Associated Press Writer – Sat Apr 10, 3:42 pm ET
BUDAPEST, Hungary – A far-right party backed by black-clad paramilitary extremists is poised to make dramatic gains Sunday in Hungary's national elections, mirroring recent advances by anti-immigrant parties across Europe.
Fidesz, the mainstream center-right party led by former Prime Minister Viktor Orban, is widely pegged to gain a commanding lead in the first round of the vote Sunday — as much as 60 percent, according to recent polls.
That leaves the real contest for second place. With Hungary among European nations hardest hit by the world recession, the far-right Jobbik party has capitalized on rising nationalism. Analysts give the party a good chance to get the most votes after Fidesz, with the Gallup poll putting them at 17 percent.
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