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Hungarian local elections were held in Hungary on October 12, 2014. It was the first local election according to the new Constitution of Hungary which went into force on 1 January 2012. The new electoral law entered into force that day.
In Hungary there are two levels of local governance:
Result of the mayoral election:
|István Tarlós||Fidesz–KDNP||290 675||49,06%|
|Lajos Bokros||MoMa||213 550||36,04%|
|Gábor Staudt||Jobbik||42 093||7,10%|
|Antal Csárdi||LMP||33 689||5,69%|
|Zoltán Bodnár||MLP||12 461||2,10%|
|Party||Mayor of Budapest||Mayors of the districts||Compensation-list||Altogether|
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