Massive demonstration in budapest

Added On April 15, 2018

An estimated 100,000 people have staged a massive demonstration  in Hungary, calling for new elections.
A massive demonstration filled the surroundings of the Hungarian parliament on Saturday, after Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's third win in a row at the general elections in early April.
According to the latest official figures, the Hungarian conservative prime minister's Fidesz-KDNP coalition received 134 seats of 199 in the parliament. 
However, the protesters say the elections were not fair.
The protestors also called for the recount of the votes, a new proportional election law and objective and unbiased public media. 
Several solidarity demonstrations have been held in other Hungarian cities and some European cities.
The comments of the government is not available now.