LMP co-chair Ákos Hadházy threatens to pull out of the race if main democratic opposition parties fail to coordinate candidates.
- On April 9 he will ride his bike to his new workplace, the Prime Minister's office
- Former ministers of previous socialist governments will not have a place in his cabinet
- MSZP-P has a strong candidate in every electoral district
- Even a left-Jobbik coalition would be better than Orbán's system
Ambitious program compatible with those of LMP and DK says Karácsony, but inconsistent with current shadow cabinet.
Momentum chairman says democratic opposition parties “on the verge of being tangled up in a lawsuit.”
Gergely Karácsony not only enjoys the sympathy of the majority of left-wing voters, but also those of some Fidesz and Jobbik voters.
Decision expected to facilitate cooperation among leftwing parties in next year’s general election.