2010 Hungarian parliamentary election
Parliamentary elections were held in Hungary on 11 and 25 April 2010 to choose MPs for the National Assembly. They were the sixth free elections since the end of communist era. 386 members of parliament were elected in a combined system of party lists and electoral constituencies. The electoral law does not allow all adult citizens to stand for being elected unless they can validate 500 signatures of other citizens supporting their candidacy.
All 386 seats to the Országgyűlés
194 seats needed for a majority
|Turnout||64.38% (first round)|
46.66% (second round)
Results of the election. A darker shade indicates a higher vote share. Proportional list results are displayed in the top left.
In the first round of the elections, the conservative party Fidesz won the absolute majority of seats, enough to form a government on its own. In the second round Fidesz-Christian Democratic People's Party (KDNP) candidates won enough seats to achieve a two-thirds majority required to modify major laws and the country's constitution.