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Mi Hazank gathers required number of signatures to run in EP elections

Opposition Mi Hazank has collected the required number of signatures to run in the European Parliament elections, Dora Duro, the party's deputy leader, told a press conference on Monday, declaring that the radical party wanted to build a "Hungarian future instead of a globalist dictatorship".

So far the party has double the 20,000 signatures required by law and handed in around 30,000 to the National Election Office, the first of the opposition parties to do so, Duro said.

She insisted that her radical nationalist party received the least amount of media coverage at both the local and national level, and was second in line to Fidesz in terms of the number of proposed local council candidates, also with 1.5 times as many candidates as the leftist Democratic Coalition in third place.

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