published: 2018-05-13 12:14:29
(8 May 2018) Police scuffled with protesters outside the Hungarian Parliament in Budapest on Tuesday as lawmakers met to elect Viktor Orban for a fourth term as prime minister.
A handful of demonstrators attempted to enter the parliament building but were pushed back by police.
Protesters have denounced the April 8 elections as illegitimate because Orban’s Fidesz party scored a two-thirds super majority of seats, while only winning 49 percent of the vote.
They shouted “Traitor” and “Thief” as lawmakers left parliament behind a police cordon.
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