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HUNGARY-VOTE/FARRIGHT
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March 30, 2014 
A projection screen shows Hungarian far right leader Gabor Vona speaking to his supporters at the launch... 
MISKOLC, Hungary 
A projection screen shows Hungarian far right leader Gabor Vona speaking to his supporters at the launch... 
A projection screen shows Hungarian far right leader Gabor Vona speaking to his supporters at the launch of his Jobbik party's national campaign in Miskolc February 15, 2014. When the far-right Jobbik party, accused by critics of anti-Semitism, shocked Europe four years ago by coming third in Hungary's parliamentary election, many of its opponents predicted the party would soon implode. It hasn't. It is preparing to run in Hungary's parliamentary election on April 6, and polls show it rivalling the leftist opposition for second place. The latest poll this month gave Jobbik 15 percent, not far from the 15.8 percent it won four years ago. Picture taken February 15, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS) 
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