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List of political parties in Hungary

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politics and government of
Hungary
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This article lists political parties in Hungary. Since the fall of the communism Hungary again has been using a multi-party system. Currently, the political landscape of Hungary is dominated by the Fidesz (Hungarian Civic Union), which has a supermajority, while the largest party of the opposition is the Hungarian Socialist Party.

Contents

  • The parties 1
    • Parties represented in the Országgyűlés or the European Parliament 1.1
    • Minor 1.2
    • Past 1.3
  • See also 2
  • References 3

The parties

Parties represented in the Országgyűlés or the European Parliament

Logo Name Abbr. Ideology MPs MEPs
2014 Present
Fidesz – Hungarian Civic Union
Fidesz - Magyar Polgári Szövetség
Fidesz National conservatism
Regionalism[1][2][3]
117 114 11
Hungarian Socialist Party
Magyar Szocialista Párt
MSZP Social democracy 29 29 2
Jobbik (Movement for a Better Hungary)
Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom
Jobbik Hungarian nationalism
Political radicalism
23 24 3
Christian Democratic People's Party
Kereszténydemokrata Néppárt
KDNP Christian democracy
Social conservatism
16 17 1
Politics Can Be Different
Lehet Más a Politika
LMP Green liberalism 5 5 1
Democratic Coalition
Demokratikus Koalíció
DK Social liberalism 4 4 2
Together 2014
Együtt 2014
E2014 Social democracy
Social liberalism
3 2 0
Dialogue for Hungary
Párbeszéd Magyarországért
PM Green liberalism 1 1 1
Hungarian Liberal Party
Magyar Liberális Párt
MLP Economic liberalism 1 1 0
Independent 0 2 0

Minor

Past

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.visegradgroup.eu/documents/presidency-programs/20132014-hungarian
  2. ^ http://www.cepolicy.org/publications/visegrad-security-cooperation-initiative-energy-security
  3. ^ http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/20110516-visegrad-new-european-military-force
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