The re-election of Hungary's Viktor Orban may have delighted populists, but the anti-immigration leader's triumph looks set to prolong the fractious EU-Budapest relationship.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, one of Europe's most controversial leaders, looks set to win a third consecutive term in office, despite a galvanised opposition tapping into voters' discontent.
Hungary's strongman premier Viktor Orban, running for re-election on Sunday, is a poster boy for nationalists worldwide, the self-styled defender of Christian Europe and scourge of the "globalist elite"
Viktor Orban, a xenophobic populist whose changes to the electoral system and grip on the media have provoked criticism at home and abroad, is likely to win another term in office in election.
Angela Merkel has been sworn in for a fourth term as German chancellor, after months of political wrangling that left her weakened.