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Oxford Analytica. “Fidesz’s rift with EU centre-right will cost Hungary” (2021).


Experts believe this increases the likelihood of conflicts between Budapest and Brussels, as Fidesz is expected to ally itself with radical parties internationally. The Hungarian government’s Euroscepticism will probably increase, but given the public’s pro-EU orientation, it will advocate reform of the EU rather than exiting the bloc .

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