As expected, the Hungarian parliament has elected current Prime Minister Viktor Orban for a new term.
On Monday, 133 MPs from the ruling party Fidesz and the representative of the German minority voted for the right-wing nationalist politician.
27 opposition MPs voted against Orban, while 39 MPs abstained from the vote.
It is the fifth time that 58-year-old Orban has headed a Hungarian government. He held the office from 1998 to 2002 and continuously since 2010. He was sworn in after the vote.
Orban’s Fidesz party had regained a two-thirds constitutional majority in parliament in the elections on April 3.