- Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party
Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party
Magyar Szocialista Munkáspárt
First leader János Kádár Last leader Károly Grósz Founded October 25, 1956 Dissolved October 7, 1989 Preceded by Hungarian Working People's Party Succeeded by Hungarian Socialist Party, Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party Headquarters Budapest, People's Republic of Hungary Youth wing Hungarian Young Communist League Ideology Communism,
Political position Far-left International affiliation Comecon Official colors Red, White, Green (Colours of the Hungarian flag)
The Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party (Hungarian: Magyar Szocialista Munkáspárt (MSzMP)) was the ruling Marxist–Leninist party of Hungary between 1956 and 1989. It was organised from elements of the Hungarian Working People's Party during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. On November 4, 1956, the party fell under the sway of János Kádár and the Soviet Union.
General Secretaries of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party
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