2019 in Hungary
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List of years in Hungary
- President: János Áder
- Prime Minister: Viktor Orbán
- Speaker of the National Assembly: László Kövér
- The Freedom House NGO states that Hungary is no longer a free country, making it the first such country in the European Union to be so designated.
- 26 May – The 2019 European Parliament election is held in Hungary. Fidesz (EPP) wins the majority of seats, DK (S&D) and Momentum (ALDE) replace Jobbik (NI) and MSZP (S&D) as the main opposition parties.
- 13 October – The 2019 Hungarian local elections are held. Fidesz loses the mayorship of Budapest to the opposition candidate Gergely Karácsony.
- 8 January – Antal Bolvári, water polo player, Olympic champion (b. 1932).
- 12 January – Béla Zsitnik, rower, Olympic bronze medalist (b. 1924).
- 23 January – Anthony de Jasay, economist and philosopher (b. 1925).
- 31 January – Kálmán Ihász, footballer (b. 1941).
- 2 March – János Koós, singer, parodist and actor (b. 1937).
- 14 March – Ilona Novák, swimmer, Olympic champion (b. 1925).
- 16 June – Erzsébet Gulyás-Köteles, gymnast, Olympic silver medalist and champion (b. 1924)
- 3 October – Márta Balogh, Hungarian handball player (Budapesti Spartacus SC, national team), world champion (1965) (b. 1943)
- 10 November – István Szívós, Hall of Fame water polo player and Olympic champion (1976) (b. 1948)
- 9 December – Imre Varga, sculptor and painter (b. 1923)
- 21 December – Krisztián Zahorecz, footballer (Kaposvári Rákóczi, Szolnoki MÁV, Bajai LSE) (b. 1975)
- 28 December – Erzsébet Szőnyi, Hungarian composer and music pedagogue, vice-president of the International Society for Music Education (1970–1974) (b. 1924)
|Wikinews has related news:|
- "Hungary: Janos Ader Replaces Pal Schmitt as President". BBC News. 2 May 2012. Retrieved 30 January 2021.
- "Összesített eredmények". Nemzeti Választási Iroda (in Hungarian). Retrieved 21 March 2020.
- "Helyi önkormányzati választások 2019". Nemzeti Választási Iroda (in Hungarian). Retrieved 21 March 2020.
- "Olympic water polo champion Antal Bolvari dies at 86". washingtonpost.com.
- Zsitnik Béla is elment! (in Hungarian)
- Fallece Anthony de Jasay: ésta fue su última entrevista en España (in Spanish)
- Meghalt Ihász Kálmán (in Hungarian)
- Meghalt Koós János (in Hungarian)
- Meghalt Novák Ilona (in Hungarian)
- Meghalt Reviczkyné Köteles Erzsébet (in Hungarian)
- Elhunyt Markovitsné Balogh Márta világbajnok kézilabdázó (in Hungarian)
- "Istvan Szivos". IOC. Retrieved 30 January 2021.
- Meghalt Varga Imre (in Hungarian)
- Gyász: életének 45. évében elhunyt Zahorecz Krisztián (in Hungarian)
- Szőnyi Erzsébet (in Hungarian)