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Hungarian PM, opposition raise the stakes as crisis deepens

Embattled Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany said he would ask for a confidence vote this coming Friday in the face of a mounting crisis after he revealed he had lied to the public in an election campaign. “I will ask parliament for a vote of confidence in the government programme, the Socialist leader told journalists. His call followed losses in weekend local elections, as the opposition threatened mass protests to demand his ouster. Full Story

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