I have a Hungarian friend who lives in London. A couple of years ago, about 2-3 months before the last Hungarian election, she lost her wallet with her Hungarian ID. She applied for a new one at the embassy, which is usually pretty quick about doing new cards, but they dragged their feet for ages and put her through loads of bureaucratic hurdles. When it came to the election, they then claimed that her Hungarian passport wasn't good enough ID, and she couldn't vote without the ID card they had failed to replace (which had never been the case before). She had to kick up a massive fuss to get her vote. It was a clear attempt to disenfranchise her. Obviously Hungarians who live abroad aren't going to vote for Orban and his super-nationalist policies.