Workers' Party of Hungary 2006

Workers' Party of Hungary 2006
Workers' Party of Hungary 2006
Magyarországi Munkáspárt 2006
Leader János Fratanolo
Founded November 2005
Headquarters Budapest
Ideology Communism,
International affiliation None
European affiliation Party of the European Left
European Parliament Group None
Official colours Red
Politics of Hungary
Political parties

The Workers' Party of Hungary 2006 (Magyarországi Munkáspárt 2006) is a political party in Hungary.It was created in mid-November 2005 from the internal opposition of the Hungarian Communist Workers' Party. Its leader is János Fratanolo.

It recently asked to become a member of the European Left Party ( and such a request was accepted by the EL Executive Board, during the meeting held in Geneva from 23rd to 25th October 2009.

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