The 49-year-old Conservative outsider Peter Marki-Sai won the primary in Hungary on Sunday, facing the outgoing Prime Minister Victor Orban in 2022, showing partial results.
Marki-Sai, 49, is a Catholic and the father of seven children, garnering about 58% of the vote and 60% of the vote, according to the Election Commission. “We need a new, cleaner, more honest Hungarian, not a substitute for Orban.”, He said in a victory speech referring to the sovereign who has been in power since 2010.
He praised the unprecedented process of primary, which made it possible to select candidates from across the country. “We can break free from the most corrupt system in Hungary’s millennial history” Legislation, scheduled for next April. Her opponent, Clara Dobrev, a pro-center-left European lawyer, won 42% of the vote. “I now support Marki-Sai”, She said, admitting her defeat quickly.
Final results will be announced later in the evening. The primary was to nominate a candidate for the post of head of government, but with deputation in each constituency.
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