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Low turnout voids 'No' win in Hungary anti-migrant vote: ruling party

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban suffered a blow Sunday in his referendum against the EU's migrant quota plan after he failed to rally enough votes to reach the required 50 percent turnout, according to the first polls from the ruling Fidesz party. A whopping 95 percent of votes supported Orban's 'No' camp, but only 45 percent of the eight-million-strong electorate cast their ballots, making the vote invalid, according to figures released by the party's deputy chief Gergely Gulyas.
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