Hungary: Orban's party wins parliamentary elections with 67.84%
Almost 99% of the votes are counted.
According to near-complete results, Hungary's populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban has secured a fourth term in Hungary's general elections.
Orban's right-wing Fidesz party received 67.84% of the vote with 99% of the ballots counted. Orban's party gets 135 out of 199 seats in parliament.
With 35%, the opposition alliance led by Peter Marki-Zay trailed considerably behind and admitted his defeat earlier in the day. Orban referred to Brussels bureaucrats and Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky as "opponents" in his victory address.
Orban told his supporters that it was a "huge victory", as he spoke in the capital of Budapest on Sunday. "They can see it from the Moon, but certainly from Brussels as well."
Hungary shares a border with Ukraine and has taken in over 500,000 refugees so far.
While Zelensky has criticized Orban's policies, in February, Orban said Hungary will not provide weapons to Ukraine because Budapest needs them domestically.
"The Hungarian position will not change, as the Hungarian armed forces need all their weapons to be able to defend the country's borders," he told the Hungarian M1 broadcaster.
Orban has had a tense relationship with the EU, which claim Fidesz has eroded Hungary's democratic institutions.
During campaigning, the opposition's catch-phrase was "Orban or Europe", and yet Orban won. Hungary's opposition believed that Hungary needed to join Poland, the UK, and others in sending aid to Ukraine.
Orban is well-known for his cordial relationship with Vladimir Putin. He refused to provide Ukraine with arms. He is the only EU leader who has publicly criticized President Zelensky.