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Orbán wins big - Greens win a little - Hungarian opposition does not achieve its goals

Lehet Más a Politika (LMP), the Green Hungarian EGP member party, has gained additional votes, a higher percentage of the overall vote, and more seats. We congratulate Bernadett Szell and her colleagues on this achievement. During the campaign, an even better result for LMP had at times been expected. It is good that they survived a very obnoxious campaign by the ruling party, but obviously the way towards a powerful alternative in Hungary that does prove that politics can indeed be different is still long, winding and steep.
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Green Party United States urges voters to demand Instant Runoff Voting, cites widespread public discontent with two-party choice in 2016

Green Party United States leaders said that 2016 is proving to be a watershed year in the public's discontent with a two-party choice on Election Day and urged voters and legislators to support democratic reforms that enable elections in the U.S. to welcome and accommodate alternative-party and independent candidates. Greens encouraged legislators to enact Instant Runoff Voting (IRV), also called Ranked-Choice Voting, in all at-large elections including presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial.
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