Viktor Orban predicted to win third term in Hungary elections

The prime minister has been accused of corruption, but many in Hungary are unconvinced or uninterested in the opposition's claims.

    The last major rallies have been held in Hungary before Sunday's election.

    Most opinion polls suggest Prime Minister Viktor Orban will win a third term.

    His final campaign speech was filled with statements against immigration.

    Opposition candidates accuse his government of corruption and what they call authoritarian measures.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from southern Hungary.


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