Friday , November 27 2020

Katalin Szili: The Left is not a party of society



Former ruling socialist politicians criticized the leftist parties. Kataliin Szili spoke at a conference in Budapest that he believes that the left has remained intact. According to the Prime Minister's agent, the crisis of the left is also due to the lack of uniform and contradictory rules.

By setting a joint list of left-wing parties in the 2014 elections, over 26% of votes were obtained. Four years later, however, they lost their popularity again. The support of the MSZP Dialogue and the Democratic Coalition, together with 17 percent, hardly exceeded.

The fall of the left started a long time ago – said Katalin Szili, a former deputy head of the MSZP at a conference on the situation of left-wing parties. In line with the current prime minister's mandate, the socialists on the embankment began to reject the referendum on the issue of dual citizenship in 2004, which ultimately failed. The former speaker said that the crisis of the left is also the reason why it does not represent uniform and contradictory principles.

According to the head of the Institute of View, MSZP and DK, they responded poorly to migration, so the new masses left them. According to Sámuel Ágoston, Mráz, the leftist parties in Hungary can not take part in political rivalry before the ruling parties.


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