Workers' Party of Hungary 2006 - European Left

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Workers' Party of Hungary 2006 - European Left

Magyarországi Munkáspárt 2006 - Európai Baloldal
LeaderAttila Vajnai
FoundedNovember 2005
Split fromHungarian Workers' Party
HeadquartersBudapest
IdeologyEurocommunism
Marxism
Kádárism
Political positionLeft-wing
European affiliationParty of the European Left
ColorsRed
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The Workers' Party of Hungary 2006 - European Left (Hungarian: Magyarországi Munkáspárt 2006 - Európai Baloldal), shortly European Left is a political party in Hungary. It was created in mid-November 2005 from the internal opposition of the Hungarian Workers' Party (then the Hungarian Communist Workers' Party).[citation needed] Its leader is János Fratanolo.

Its request to become a member of the Party of the European Left was accepted by the EL Executive Board, during the meeting held in Geneva from 23 to 25 October 2009.[citation needed]

On 8 September 2016, Táncsics – Radical Left Party (then known as the Left Party) announced on its website that the two parties will cooperate in preparation for the 2018 parliamentary election.[1]

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  1. ^ "Left-wing electoral cooperation in 2018". abal.hu (in Hungarian). 8 September 2016. Archived from the original on 14 October 2016. Retrieved 10 August 2018.

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