List of members of the National Assembly of Hungary (1990–94)

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The National Assembly chamber and the winners of the individual seats in 1990

The list of members of the National Assembly of Hungary (1990–1994) is the list of members of the National Assembly - the unicameral legislative body of Hungary - according to the outcome of the Hungarian parliamentary election of 1990. The members of the new National Assembly were installed on May 2, 1990. There has been a sizable number of mutations since due to the particular nature of the Hungary constitutional system. New members are supplied from their party lists so the resignation of individual members' seats does not change the balance of power in the National Assembly.

Officials[edit]

Speaker of the National Assembly[edit]

Deputy Speakers of the National Assembly[edit]

Recorders[edit]

Father of the House[edit]

Baby of the House[edit]

Senior Recorders[edit]

Leaders of the parliamentary groups[edit]

Members of the National Assembly[edit]

Parties of the Coalition Government[edit]

MDF[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ He died of cancer on December 12, 1993. He was replaced by György Fekete.
  2. ^ He was elected a judge of the European Court of Human Rights, as a result he resigned on May 31, 1991. He was replaced by Gyula Takácsy.
  3. ^ He joined the MDF group from the SZDSZ group on September 2, 1991.
  4. ^ He seriously injured and went into a coma in August 1990, as a result he was incapacitated until the end of the parliamentary term.
  5. ^ He left the SZDSZ group on December 30, 1991 and became an Independent MP. He joined the MDF group on March 2, 1993.
  6. ^ He was elected Governor of the Hungarian National Bank, as a result he resigned on December 9, 1991. He was replaced by László Mészáros.
  7. ^ She resigned on January 31, 1991. She was replaced by Zoltán Weszelovszky.
  8. ^ He died on April 8, 1991. He was replaced by Gyula Marx.
  9. ^ She became MP on September 13, 1993, replacing György Sándorfy.
  10. ^ He became MP on February 7, 1994, replacing József Antall.
  11. ^ He died on May 26, 1994.
  12. ^ He became MP on May 13, 1991, replacing Dénes Csengey.
  13. ^ He became MP on December 16, 1991, replacing Péter Ákos Bod.
  14. ^ He died on July 6, 1993. He was replaced by Krisztina Dobos.