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        An alt-left critique of the Left

        Saturday, June 22nd, 2019

        The founder of the LMP thinks that the two parties that have risen to prominence within the opposition represent two equally hopeless versions of liberalism and therefore offer therefore no real alternatives to Fidesz. READ MORE

        LMP helps elect Constitutional Court judges

        Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

        As other opposition parties accuse the green party of treason, former LMP leader András Schiffer takes up the defence of the Party’s MPs. He contends that the new appointees will bolster the system of checks and balances in Hungary.

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        LMP leader Schiffer plans to resign

        Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

        A conservative columnist suspects that the LMP has little chance of reaching the 5 per cent threshold at the 2018 Parliamentary election without its iconic leader. READ MORE

        LMP leader Schiffer withdraws from party politics

        Sunday, May 1st, 2016

        A conservative columnist suspects that the LMP has little chance of reaching the 5 per cent threshold at the 2018 Parliamentary election without its iconic leader. READ MORE

        Will LMP disappear after the split?

        Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

        Left-wing commentators believe those who have left LMP to join a left-wing alliance will have a future, while the remaining majority is doomed, at least morally. A right-wing columnist hopes LMP can survive and offer an option to centrist voters. READ MORE

        LMP splits over co-operation with Bajnai and Co.

        Monday, January 28th, 2013

        A leading LMP member suggests in a right wing paper that other political forces are at work behind the internal tensions in his party, while a centre-left commentator writes that the LMP’s plans to steer towards the political centre are understandable but unrealistic. READ MORE

        LMP leader accused of ’double talk’ on Roma

        Thursday, January 10th, 2013

        An independent blogger defends LMP leader András Schiffer from liberal critics who accuse him of double talk in connection with anti-Roma racism. READ MORE

        Further reactions to LMP’s decision

        Saturday, November 24th, 2012

        A pro-government daily writes that it was a question of principle for the LMP to reject Gordon Bajnai’s invitation to join his Together-2014 electoral alliance, even though it might lead to the demise of the party. A centrist-liberal analyst says LMP made the right decision, as they may attract centre-right voters for whom Together-2014 is tainted, or form the seed of a new centre if a future Together-2014 based government were to fail. READ MORE

        Weaknesses of the opposition, i.a. on Azerbaijan

        Thursday, September 6th, 2012

        Commentators argue that the left-of-centre opposition in Hungary is fragmented, and despite some hopes to the contrary, LMP and MSZP remain unlikely allies. Civic organizations offer no alternatives. They have also failed to perform well in condemning the diplomatic blunder caused by the transfer of a convicted Azeri murderer to his home country. (See BudaPost, September 1 through 5) READ MORE

        Was LMP wrong not to join the opposition round table?

        Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

        A left wing columnist believes LMP has made a moral rather than a political choice. A prestigious political analyst thinks the “outsider attitude” adopted by LMP is the only politically promising approach. READ MORE