Hungary's parliament re-elects President Ader for five-year term

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March 13, 2017 14:24
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BUDAPEST - Hungary's parliament re-elected President Janos Ader, an ally of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, for another five-year term after he received a strong majority in a second round of voting, Speaker Laszlo Kover said on Monday.

Ader received 131 votes of a total 170 cast. Leftist opposition candidate Laszlo Majtenyi received 39 votes.

Ader's second term will start on May 10, Kover said.

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