5100>by James Toole Following four years of socialist-liberal rule in Hungary, the May general elections in Hungary produced a surprising win for the revitalized parties of the right. The Young Democrats-Hungarian Civic Party (Fidesz), the onetime party of youth and liberalism, narrowly bested the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSzP) of outgoing prime minister Gyula Horn and […]

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