Táncsics – Radical Left Party
|Founded||13 March 2014|
|Political position||Radical left|
|European affiliation||Party of the European Left (partner)|
|Colors||Red and black|
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The Táncsics – Radical Left Party (Hungarian: Táncsics – Radikális Balpárt) is a left-wing democratic socialist political party in Hungary, currently led by Koppány Pázmán. It was formed at a meeting in March 2014. It draws its membership from different civil society organizations as well as former members of the Hungarian Socialist Party and the Green Left.
The party'a aim is to build an independent leftist political force in Hungarian politics based upon social solidarity and following the examples of different leftist parties elsewhere in Europe, such as SYRIZA in Greece and Die Linke in Germany. The party is also trying to build a closer alliance between radical leftist parties in Eastern Europe. The founding statements refer to the Left Party playing an important role in an 'ethical renewal' which they say is needed in Hungary in the next few years.
In April 2019, the youth organisation of the Workers' Party of Hungary 2006, which named after Mihály Táncsics, split from it and joined the Left Party. After the unification congress in June 2019, the party changed its name to "Táncsics – Radical Left Party". It also changed its party's logo and Koppány Pázmán became its new president.
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