Former ruling Socialist politicians criticized left-wing parties. Katalin Szili spoke at a conference in Budapest that he believed the left was not affected. According to the prime minister's spokesman, the left-wing crisis is also due to the lack of uniform and contradictory principles.
By setting a common list for the left parties in the 2014 elections, it won over 26% of the votes. Four years later, however, they lost their popularity again. The support of the MSZP Dialogue and the Democratic League, along with 17%, did not overcome.
The decline of the left has started a long time ago – said Katalin Szili, a former deputy chairman of MSZP at the conference on the situation of left-wing parties. Under the current prime minister's mandate, the Socialists on the slope began to reject a referendum on dual citizenship in 2004, which eventually failed. The former speaker said that the left-wing crisis is also the reason why it does not represent uniform and contradictory principles.
According to the head of the View Institute, MSZP and DK have given a bad answer to immigration, so the new masses have moved away from them. According to Sámuel Ágoston, Mráz, the left-wing parties in Hungary can not take part in the political contest in front of the ruling parties.