Hungarian parties join forces

It is a victory of common sense, political analyst said.

The representatives of three Hungarian parties are discussing their future at the August 7 meeting in Bratislava.The representatives of three Hungarian parties are discussing their future at the August 7 meeting in Bratislava. (Source: TASR)

Three non-parliamentary parties representing the Hungarian minority in Slovakia will merge.

The Party of Hungarian Community (SMK), Most-Híd and the Spolupatričnosť (Togetherness) movement will sign a declaration on founding a joint party on August 20 in Komárno.

“It’s a historic movement thanks to which the Hungarian community will unite,” said SMK chair Krisztián Forró, as quoted by the SITA newswire.

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