On 3 April Hungary will hold elections. After 12 years in power, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is asking for eight more, but his right-wing Fidesz government is facing a strong challenge from an alliance of six opposition parties.
Led by independent conservative Peter Marki-Zay, this alliance ranging from left to right aims to topple the Orban government on 3 April and opinion polls suggest a close race.
But the playing field slopes steeply in favour of Mr Orban. The government dominates the media and enjoys massive financial resources.
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