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        Left-liberal pessimism about electoral chances

        Wednesday, December 27th, 2017

        Four months before the next parliamentary elections, leading left-wing and liberal analysts set modest goals for their parties. Two think they should try and prevent Fidesz from gaining a two thirds majority, while a third suggests the Left should boycott the elections. READ MORE

        Socialist Party still ‘drowning’

        Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

        A leading left-wing commentator fulminates at the Socialist Party and the Left as a whole, and accuses them of being unable to produce a credible alternative to the incumbent government. READ MORE

        Vona offers a ’home’ to disillusioned left-wing voters

        Friday, October 13th, 2017

        A left-wing analyst cautions fellow left-wingers against being lured into accepting Jobbik leader Gábor Vona’s call to rally behind his party as the strongest opposition force. READ MORE

        The state of the Left after Botka’s withdrawal

        Thursday, October 5th, 2017

        Liberal and left-wing commentators wonder what strategy the Left should follow at the 2018 election, after the resignation of the Socialist candidate for Prime Minister. They agree that the Left is in a mess, but come up with very different proposals to resolve the crisis. READ MORE

        Socialist candidate for Prime Minister resigns

        Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

        As the MSZP frontrunner withdraws his candidacy for the post of Prime Minister, a left-wing and an independent conservative columnist think that the Left may face catastrophic defeat in next year’s election. A pro-government columnist welcomes Mr Botka’s decision.  READ MORE

        MSZP leaders still stand behind Botka

        Sunday, October 1st, 2017

        Commentators try to make sense of the disarray in the Socialist party leadership, and reach mutually exclusive conclusions from the events of the past few days. READ MORE

        MSZP plummets in the polls

        Friday, September 29th, 2017

        In light of the latest poll figures, a liberal commentator thinks MSZP frontrunner László Botka’s bid for the post of Prime Minister is doomed, and Fidesz already appears the easy winner of next year’s elections. READ MORE

        Botka’s electoral alliance scheme rejected out of hand

        Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

        A left-wing commentator ponders the advantages and the drawbacks of the scheme proposed by Socialist frontrunner László Botka from the point of view of the smaller parties and concludes that they may still change their minds. READ MORE

        MSZP leader announces election programme

        Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

        Commenting on László Botka’s program and strategy, a left-wing pundit fears that the current political system and parties may go down the drain after 2018. A pro-government columnist thinks that Mr Botka is not taken seriously even by left-wing intellectuals. READ MORE

        Botka makes peace with Molnár

        Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

        A left-wing columnist excoriates the leaders of the MSZP for wasting time waging internal wars rather than channelling social discontent and representing a credible alternative to the incumbent government. READ MORE