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'Spoil-your-vote' success boosts Hungarian spoof party

A Hungarian spoof party said Tuesday it plans to run for parliament after its satirical "Spoil-your-vote" campaign against Hungary's anti-migrant referendum Sunday contributed to a record number of invalid ballots. Some 223,000 people, or 6.3 percent of those voting, had cast invalid ballots, a record high for a Hungarian vote, according to local media. "A lot of people took our advice, so we have decided to stand for election" in 2018, the leader of the Two-Tailed-Dog Party (MKKP), Gergo Kovacs, told AFP.
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