Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party (1993)
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The Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party (Magyar Szocialista Munkáspárt in Hungarian) (MSZMP) is a small Marxist–Leninist party in Hungary, formed after a split in the Workers' Party in 1993 with the leadership of László Fazekas, Elemér Csaba and Tamás Hirschler.
- History and leadership of the party
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