On this April 7, we chose to put Hungary on top of our selection, as yesterday's general election gave prime minister Viktor Orbán's Fidesz party a huge majority in the Parliament — and a bunch of European dailie's headlines. With almost all votes counted, Fidesz has won more than 44 per cent of votes; the centre-left alliance led by Social-democrats almost 26 per cent and far-right Jobbik comes third, with more than 20 per cent.
'Great tasks ahead for the government' - Villággazdaság, Budapest.
'The government stays' - Népszabadság, Budapest.
'Again, a huge victory for Fidesz' - Népszava, Budapest.
'Viktor Orbán's last chance' - Die Presse, Vienna
'Orbán leads, the Union is in trouble' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.
'Orbán's "Viktature" and its consequences for Romania' - România Liberă, Bucarest.
'Moldova may take part to the EU without a territory' - Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Moscow.
'Gas is no weapon' - Handelsblatt, Düsseldorf.
'Mas warns that Congress will not stop Catalonia's will' - La Vanguardia, Barcelona.
'Betting and confidence vote' - To Ethnos, Athens.
'Farewell to 18,000 jobs' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.
'Against diesel' - Libération, Paris.