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Nazi symbols and anti-racist slogans are seen spray painted onto an election poster of the Hungarian far-right party Jobbik in Budapest in this March 25, 2010 file picture. The scenario is classic. Hungary's economy is in crisis, its large Roma minority is an easy scapegoat, and a far-right party blaming "Gypsy crooks" and "welfare spongers" is set to be the big winner. If opinion polls are right, the nationalist Jobbik party has a chance of becoming the second biggest party in parliament after an election on April 11 and 25, denying the centre-right favourites Fidesz a possible two-thirds majority. Picture taken on March 25, 2010. To match feature HUNGARY-ELECTION/FARRIGHT REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh/Files (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)