Peter Marki-Zay seen at a 10 October campaign rally in Budapest during the second round of opposition primaries. Photo by Marton Monus via Global Media/Reuters.
A fresh face in Hungarian politics could mobilize turned-off voters and beat Fidesz. Or destroy the opposition coalition.

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