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Hungarian opposition is struggling to dethrone Orbán
Fidesz has dominated Hungarian politics for 12 years, benefiting from the fragmentation of the opposition. But now a coalition has united in an attempt to break its stronghold.
Claims of media bias overshadow Hungarian election campaign
The conditions in which parliamentary elections are being held have attracted increasing international attention. Hungary is the first EU member state to receive a full-scale OSCE observer mission.
Hungary election: Watch our special election debate ahead of the vote
Euronews hosted a special show in Brussels' European Parliament to discuss why the poll matters to everyone in Europe.
The era of Victor Orban
Hungarian Pm Victor Orban is to seek a fourth term in office on Sunday 3rd April. We look back on his 12 continuous years in power so far
Turkmenistan to hold snap elections as president broaches succession
Berdymukhamedov’s statement that younger people should direct the country suggested that his son Serdar is in line to succeed him.
French voting app Elyze sparks concerns over data protection
France's data privacy watchdog says it's examining the Tinder-style app that helps voters decide what candidate to choose.
Tech this week: Drone delivers life saving defibrillator in Sweden
A Swedish man's life is saved with the help of a drone and BMW shows off its new colour-changing car in Las Vegas.
Kyrgyzstan's parliamentary vote boosts president's clout
With over 97% of precincts counted, three blocs all supporting Sadyr Zhaparov emerged as the top vote-getters.
In Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev heads for a predictable landslide
Mirziyoyev has eased some of the restrictions of his predecessor but made no effort towards political reform.
Are the Czech Social Democrats locked in a death spiral?
They are the Czech Republic's oldest surviving political party. Is that record in danger?
Italians go to polls for mayoral elections and all eyes are on Rome
Some 12 million people are eligible to vote on Sunday and Monday, in the first electoral test for Prime Minister Mario Draghi since he took office.
Will the Czech elections see Prague turn its back on Russia and China?
Relations have already frayed considerably over the past year.
Iceland's coalition government set to retain power after election
The ruling parties won 37 seats altogether, gaining two from the last election.
COVID, climate and... fresh EU talks? Iceland's election explained
Germany's is really the only election in town this weekend. But, if you fancy going against the mainstream, here's everything you need to know about Iceland's parliamentary poll.
German elections: 'One week to go but still no clear winner'
Euronews correspondent from the German desk Lena Roche explains how the week has folded for the candidates as well as the German voters.
Russian elections in Crimea & eastern Ukraine are 'illegal', says Kyiv
Russia has distributed over 600,000 passports in pro-separatist eastern Ukraine in recent months to encourage residents to vote.
Will Norway's oil industry topple under the new left-wing government?
Despite left-wing success, the absence of the Green party in the new coalition could mean oil production is still firmly on Norway’s economic agenda.
Putin approves €170 bonus for police and military ahead of election
Critics say the move is designed to encourage the military to vote for Putin's ruling United Russia party ahead of next month's parliamentary election.
Estonia fails to elect President after rejecting sole candidate
Estonia’s Parliament on Monday failed to elect a new president to the Baltic country after lawmakers rejected the only candidate in the first round of voting.
Bulgaria could be heading for third general election in a year
The anti-system "There is such a people" party (ITN) announced on Tuesday that it will not submit its minority government for parliamentary approval.
Bulgaria's President pushes for government talks to avoid 3rd election
Bulgaria's President Ruman Radev had urged parties to hold coalition talks to avoid a third parliamentary election.
Peruvian security forces carry out drills ahead of Castillo's swearing-in ceremony
Police performs drills in case of attack to foreign delegations ahead of the bicentennial of the Independence of Peru and President-elect Pedro Castillo's swearing-in ceremony
German leadership candidates apologise for inappropriate behaviour
CDU candidate Armin Laschet was seen laughing at a press conference on Germany's recent floods, while the Green party co-leader Annalena Baerbock has admitted to using the N-word during an interview.
Why is Sunday's legislative election in Moldova so important?
There are 20 parties vying for spots in the 101-seat parliament - but the main battle will be between pro-reformists, and those preferring pro-Russian rule.
Republican filibuster blocks Democrats' big voting rights bill
The 'For the People Act' bill would strike down hurdles to voting, curb the influence of money in politics and limit partisan influence over the drawing of congressional districts.
Poland’s ruling conservatives suffer defeat in local mayoral election
Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party suffered a loss in the Rzeszow mayoral race, a vote could indicate how strong the party’s support is after nearly six years of governing the country.