Magyar Hang reports that the electoral chances of Hungary’s less-than-serious Two-Tailed Dog Party (MKKP) have declined with the victory of Péter Márki-Zay in the opposition’s primary elections, but it would be too soon to write the party off completely.

MKKP Chair Gergely Kovács told the news portal that the party had not agreed to withdraw any of its candidates in any of the 106 electoral districts in favor of united opposition candidates, despite being requested to do so by other opposition parties.

Kovács said that MKKP intends to run at least 71 candidates in next year’s elections independently of other parties.

By Steven