The ruling party in Hungary, Fidesz won in the past the country’s parliamentary elections. After counting 95 percent of ballots she got 49% of the vote, reports “Kommersant”. In coalition with the Christian democratic party deputies will take 133 of the 199 seats in Parliament. This will allow the current Prime Minister of the country Viktor Orban no problem to retain the current position and to form a government without consulting the opposition. Voter turnout was 68%.