2022 Hungarian parliamentary election

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Next Hungarian parliamentary election

← 2018 In or before Spring 2022

All 199 seats in the National Assembly
100 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  Viktor Orbán 2018.jpg Sneidertamas2014.jpg Tóth Bertalan.jpg
Leader Viktor Orbán Tamás Sneider Bertalan Tóth
Party Fidesz–KDNP Jobbik MSZP-Dialogue
Leader since 17 May 2003 12 May 2018 17 June 2018
Last election 133 seats, 49.27% 26 seats, 19.06% 20 seats, 11.91%
Seats before 133 21 19

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Ferenc Gyurcsány, Davos 2 (cropped).jpg Keresztes László Lóránt.jpg Fekete-Győr András 2017-ben.jpg
Leader Ferenc Gyurcsány László Lóránt Keresztes András Fekete-Győr
Party DK LMP Momentum
Leader since 22 October 2011 26 May 2018 4 March 2017
Last election 5.38%, 9 seats 7.06%, 8 seats 3.06%, 0 seats
Seats before 8 6 0

Blank Hungarian election SMC results (2012 borders).svg
Map of the single-member constituencies to be contested

Prime Minister before election

Viktor Orbán
Fidesz

Elected Prime Minister

TBD

The next Hungarian parliamentary elections will be held in 2022.

Electoral system[edit]

The 199 members of the National Assembly will be elected by two methods; 106 will be elected in single-member constituencies by first-past-the-post voting, with the remaining 93 elected from a single nationwide constituency by proportional representation. The electoral threshold is set at 5%, although this is raised to 10% for coalitions of two parties and 15% for coalitions of three or more parties, Seats are allocated using the d'Hondt method.[1]

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