Most voters do not consider Botka’s resignation a game changer as the popularity of parties remain unchanged.
DK’s decision might be the final nail in the coffin of MSZP prime ministerial candidate László Botka’s plan for an electoral alliance including DK.
The Hungarian Progressive Movement aims to persuade left-wing opposition parties to select a joint prime ministerial candidate instead of Botka.
Collaboration between opposition parties looks farther away than ever.
The Socialist candidate for prime minister offered the parties space on a common voting list and guaranteed representation in Parliament.
Former Socialist prime minister confident his party will win 15 per cent of the popular vote in next year’s general election.