Hungarian Socialist Party

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Hungarian Socialist Party

Magyar Szocialista Párt
AbbreviationMSZP
Co-LeadersBertalan Tóth
Ágnes Kunhalmi
Deputy PresidentImre Komjáthi
Vice PresidentZita Gurmai
Gyula Hegyi
Parliamentary leaderBertalan Tóth
Chairman of BoardIstván Hiller
Founded7 October 1989; 32 years ago (1989-10-07)
Preceded byHungarian Socialist Workers' Party
Headquarters1073 Budapest, VII. Erzsébet krt. 40–42. fsz. I-1.
IdeologySocial democracy
Pro-Europeanism
Political positionCentre-left
International affiliationProgressive Alliance
Socialist International
Colours  Red
National Assembly
10 / 199
European Parliament
1 / 21
County Assemblies
18 / 381
Party flag
Flag of the Hungarian Socialist Party.svg
Website
mszp.hu

The Hungarian Socialist Party (Hungarian: Magyar Szocialista Párt), commonly known by its acronym MSZP, is a centre-left[1] social-democratic[2][3][4][5][6] and pro-european[7][8] political party in Hungary.

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  6. Igor Guardiancich (21 August 2012). Pension Reforms in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe: From Post-Socialist Transition to the Global Financial Crisis. Routledge. p. 95. ISBN 978-1-136-22595-6.
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  8. https://www.chathamhouse.org/sites/default/files/public/Research/Europe/hungarian.pdf[bare URL PDF]