Monday, 7 April 2014

Today’s best European front pages

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.

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