List of members of the National Assembly of Hungary (2010–14)

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The list of members of the National Assembly of Hungary (2010–14) 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 2010. The members of the new National Assembly were installed on May 14, 2010 and their mandates lasted until May 5, 2014. 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]

First Officer 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]

Fidesz[edit]

KDNP[edit]

Opposition parties[edit]

MSZP[edit]

Jobbik[edit]

LMP[edit]

The LMP parliamentary group disbanded according to the house rules on February 11, 2013, when eight members left the party and its caucus. The incumbent representatives of the following members were technically independent MPs. However, the seven members of the LMP were able to re-establish the party's caucus on September 1, 2013, after the decision of the Committee on Immunity, Incompatibility and Mandate.

Independent members[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Excluding the period between February 11 and February 25, 2013, when he left the LMP group.
  2. ^ He died in a car accident on March 16, 2011. He was replaced by Sándor Bodó.
  3. ^ He became a member of the Constitutional Court of Hungary, as a result he resigned on August 31, 2011. He was replaced by Zsolt Láng.
  4. ^ He became Member of European Parliament, as a result he resigned on June 10, 2012. He was replaced by Zoltán Horváth.
  5. ^ He became MP on October 24, 2011, replacing Sándor Arnóth.
  6. ^ He became MP on March 7, 2011, replacing István Mikola.
  7. ^ He became MP on December 23, 2011, replacing Zsolt Láng.
  8. ^ He became MP on June 28, 2010, replacing Ildikó Pelczné Gáll.
  9. ^ He was appointed President of the Hungarian State Treasury, as a result he resigned on February 1, 2014. His parliamentary seat remained vacant.
  10. ^ He became MP on October 11, 2010, replacing László Domokos.
  11. ^ He became President of the State Audit Office, as a result he resigned on July 4, 2010. He was replaced by Béla Dankó.
  12. ^ He was appointed President of the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority, as a result he resigned on June 30, 2013. His parliamentary seat remained vacant.
  13. ^ He became MP on July 5, 2013, replacing Bence Stágel.
  14. ^ He became MP on June 18, 2012, replacing Erik Bánki.
  15. ^ He became Governor of the Hungarian National Bank, as a result he resigned on March 3, 2013. He was replaced by Klaudia Szemerey-Pataki.
  16. ^ He was appointed Hungarian Ambassador to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), as a result he resigned on February 28, 2011. He was replaced by Gábor Cserna.
  17. ^ She became Member of European Parliament, as a result she resigned on June 2, 2010. She was replaced by Pierre Daher.
  18. ^ He became President of Hungary, as a result he resigned on August 5, 2010. He was replaced by Bence Stágel.
  19. ^ He became MP on February 14, 2011, replacing István Tarlós.
  20. ^ She became MP on April 8, 2013, replacing György Matolcsy.
  21. ^ He became Mayor of Budapest, as a result he resigned on December 3, 2010. He was replaced by Péter Szalay.
  22. ^ He became MP on March 4, 2013, replacing László Salamon.
  23. ^ He was appointed Hungarian Ambassador to Israel, as a result he resigned on August 22, 2013. His parliamentary seat remained vacant.
  24. ^ He became a member of the Constitutional Court of Hungary, as a result he resigned on February 24, 2013. He was replaced by Gergely Gaal.
  25. ^ He became President of the National Innovation Office (NIH), as a result he resigned on January 31, 2014. His parliamentary seat remained vacant.
  26. ^ He became MP on September 13, 2010, replacing Pál Schmitt. He resigned on May 31, 2013. He was replaced by Balázs Hidvéghi.
  27. ^ He became leader of the MSZP group in the General Assembly of Budapest, as a result he resigned on October 8, 2010. He was replaced by Csaba Tóth.
  28. ^ He became MP on December 2, 2013, replacing László Mandur.
  29. ^ He became a board member of the Public Service Foundation, as a result he resigned on November 18, 2013. He was replaced by László Kránitz.
  30. ^ He resigned due to corruption scandal on February 12, 2014. His parliamentary seat remained vacant.
  31. ^ He became MP on October 18, 2010, replacing Csaba Horváth.
  32. ^ He resigned on December 4, 2012. He was replaced by Krisztián Suhajda.
  33. ^ He became MP on June 6, 2011, replacing Tamás Gergő Samu.
  34. ^ He resigned due to suspended sentence on May 12, 2011. He was replaced by Nándor Jámbor.
  35. ^ He became MP on December 17, 2012, replacing Barnabás Bödecs.
  36. ^ She resigned on February 1, 2012. She was replaced by Bernadett Szél.
  37. ^ He resigned on September 23, 2012. He was replaced by Szilvia Lengyel.
  38. ^ She became MP on October 8, 2012, replacing Endre Kukorelly.
  39. ^ She became MP on February 13, 2012, replacing Virág Kaufer.
  40. ^ He left the Fidesz group on June 21, 2013.
  41. ^ He left the Fidesz group on May 2, 2013.
  42. ^ a b c d e f g h i j They left the MSZP group on October 24, 2011.
  43. ^ a b c d e f g h They left the LMP group on February 11, 2013.
  44. ^ He was expelled from the Jobbik group on May 2, 2012.
  45. ^ He left the LMP group on October 21, 2010.
  46. ^ He left the Jobbik group on November 7, 2012.
  47. ^ He was expelled from the Jobbik group on December 13, 2010.
  48. ^ He left the Jobbik group on December 5, 2012.
  49. ^ She left the MSZP group on October 4, 2010.