Minister of National Economy Mihály Varga claims this way the fines will not affect parties’ ability to contest the April general election.
In the run-up to the 2018 election campaign, the State Audit Office seems to be busy catching up with its neglected duties of the past 28 years.
- The two parties will not compete against each other in the individual electoral districts
- Gergely Karácsony will be the joint prime ministerial candidate
- Joint party is list is out of question for the time being
- No mention of other parties of the "democratic left"
Activist Márton Gulyás announced his movement will help determine which candidates have best chance to win in Hungary’s 106 election districts.
MSZP claimed to have reached an agreement with DK on running candidates in 2018. DK says it’s not true.
DK spokesperson Csaba Molnár called it “unfair and immoral” that dual-citizens who have never lived in Hungary can have a say in Hungarian politics.