Social Democratic Hungarian Civic Party

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Social Democratic Hungarian Civic Party
Szociáldemokraták Magyar Polgári Pártja
Leader Andor Schmuck
Founded 26 May 2013
Dissolved 16 May 2015
Split from Hungarian Social Democratic Party
Headquarters Benczúr str. 41., 1068 Budapest
Ideology Social democracy
Colours Red
Website
www.szocdemek.hu
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Social Democratic Hungarian Civic Party (Hungarian: Szociáldemokraták Magyar Polgári Pártja, shortened form Soc Dems) was a Hungarian social-democratic political party, formed on 26 May 2013, and led by Andor Schmuck. This party claimed to be the legal successor to the Hungarian Social Democratic Party (MSZDP).[1]

History[edit]

The party was founded as the Hungarian Social Democrats' Party (Hungarian: Magyar Szociáldemokraták Pártja).

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