She said polling stations were still open in Budapest's 6th and 11th districts. So far 7,000 people have voted in the 11th district station, but some 2,500 people are still queuing up to cast their ballots, she said.

Palffy said the NVI had agreed with Andras Patyi, head of the National Election Committee, to begin publishing results on its website once people still queueing are inside their respective polling stations.
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