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Election 2024 – NVI counts votes cast at Hungary’s foreign missions

The National Election Office (NVI) has counted the votes cast at Hungary's diplomatic missions in the recent European parliamentary elections.

Voters living in Hungary but staying abroad on the day of the election had an opportunity to cast their ballots at 147 Hungarian embassies or consular offices in 99 countries. The 166 ballot boxes were brought to Hungary late on Wednesday.

According to NVI’s website, a total 18,661 Hungarians voted abroad, casting 17,234 valid votes. NVI’s preliminary figures have shown that the newly established Respect and Freedom (Tisza) party garnered 50.8 percent of the votes, followed by the ruling parties with 18.7 percent, Momentum Movement 12.8 percent, Two-tailed Dog 9.2 percent, Socialists-Democratic Coalition-Greens 3.8 percent, Our Homeland 2.2 percent, Second Reform Age 1 percent, LMP Greens 0.6 percent.

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