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Hungary - Political Flags Part I

Last modified: 2021-08-12 by zachary harden
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Centrum Party


image by István Molnár, 18 March 2002

Centrum Party - Founded on 23th November 2001 for the elections 2002.
Union of the following organisations:
- Magyar Demokrata Néppárt /Hungarian Democratic People's Party
- Kereszténydemokrata Néppárt / Christian-Democratic People's Party
- Harmadik Oldal Magyarországért Egyesület / Third Side Organisation for Hungary
- Zöld Demokraták / Green Democrats
- Zöld Szalag Mozgalom / Green Line Movement
Ofiicial name from 21th December 2001: Összefogás Magyarországért Centrum.
István Molnár, 18 March 2002


Civic Circles


image by István Molnár, 19 March 2006

After the last election (2002) when the postcommunist MSZP won many people have found small political circles. Some of them are liberalist, some of the have united to the Fidesz, some of them radicalist or environmentalist or conservationist or saving the civil rights.. For example in my town there is two civic circle: Civic Circle of the Family Doctors in Pápa and the Civic Circle of Pápa.
Some of the circles  have united with another circles - some made the larger union of the circles - for example the "Tiszántúli Polgári Körök Szövetsége". The Tiszántúli Polgári Körök Szövetsége" is the union of the cicvic circles in the Tiszántúl Region. Here is its flag.
Tiszántúl is the one of the three largest region of Hungary: Dunántúl (left from the Danube), Duna-Tisza-köze (between the rivers) and the Tiszántúl (right from the Tisza river).
István Molnár, 22 June 2003

Civic Circle is part of Fidesz Electoral Bloc in 2006 elections. Above is flag of an Civic Circle with the motto of the Fidesz Electoral Bloc. The flag is one of the flags used by civic circles. Some CC has got their own flag - for example the Civic Circle in Pápa has a white flag with the Coat of Arms of the town and the green insription: PÁPAI POLGÁRI KÖR. The CC's use the tricolor with different inscriptions. This inscription - as a motto of the CC's - is the most common motto. The long form of the motto: 'HAJRÁ MAGYARORSZÁG, HAJRÁ MAGYAROK!', was used at first by Viktor Orbán prime minister after the first round of the election 2002.
István Molnár, 19 and 25 March 2006

See also: Associations of the Civic Circles of Pesthidegkút


CÖF - Civil Összefogás Fórum


image by Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014

Civilian Unity Forum (Hungarian: Civil Összefogás Fórum) is not a political party, but a political movement supporting the current government. It is the organizer of so-called Peace Marching (Békemenet), when activists and supporters of this movement can demostrate their ideology and aims.
Its flag is a wolf-teeth decorated white flag with abbreviation and full title of the movement.
Image of flag: http://www.napi.hu/showpic.php?p=fototar/201402/240/image1393427152.jpg&w=600
Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014


Demokratikus Koalíció - DK


image by Zoltan Horvath, 15 March 2015

Democratic Coalition, Hungarian political party has a new flag and logo, adopted on 21 February 2015. Its new flag is blue with its new logo formed by various ovals.
Image of flag: http://static.origos.hu/s/img/i/1503/2015031520150315-budapest-uj-magyar-koztarsasagot22.JPG?w=666&h=443 taken during opposite demonstation held on 15 March 2015.
Zoltan Horvath, 15 March 2015


Previous Flag


image by Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

The Democratic Coalition (Hungarian: Demokratikus Koalíció), abbreviated to DK, is a centre-left political party in Hungary led by former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány. Founded in 2010 as a group within the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP), the party split from the MSZP on 22 October 2011 and became a separate party. It has ten MPs in the National Assembly. It is member of the Unity alliance for 2014 national elections.
It has a white flag with party logo and name of the party placed under it.
Image of flag: http://hir.ma/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Download-41.jpg
Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014


Együtt 2014


image by Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

Together 2014 (Hungarian: Együtt 2014), officially Together - Party for a New Era (Hungarian: Együtt - A Korszakváltók Pártja) is a political party in Hungary, formed on 26 October 2012 for the next Hungarian parliamentary election, to contrast the current government. The leader of the party is Gordon Bajnai, former Prime Minister of Hungary between 2009-2010.
Its flag is white with its party emblem, a rectangular device with national colours, and a letter H (for Hungary). Name of the organization is written under the logo.
Image of flag: http://valasztas2014.hir24.hu/Root/Shared/Pictures/2014/03/30/bajnai.jpg
Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014


Fidesz-MPSz (Fidesz Magyar Polgári Szövetség)


image by Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

Fidesz-MPP - The party was found in 1987. The original name was: Fidesz - Fiatal Demokraták Szövetsége, Fidesz - Association of the Young Democrats. The party changed its name 1997 . The new name is: Fidesz - MPP (Fidesz Magyar Polgári Párt, Fidesz - Hungarian Civil Party). The party, which was in opposition in 1990-1998 holds the prime minister position. More information: <www.fidesz.hu>.
István Molnár, 7 December 2000

The Fidesz is a major national conservative political party in Hungary. At the 2010 election in Hungary, they won a two-thirds majority of seats in the Parliament.
There is not too much change in their symbols, official flag is white with an orange ball where party abbreviation is written. However all other variants can be seen during the demonstartions.
Image of its flag at Fidesz webshop: http://www.fidesz.hu/webshop/product/zaszlo-fidesz-emblemaval
Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

Previous Flags of Fidesz-MPP (Fidesz Magyar Polgári Párt)

Flag used before 2006 election:

image by István Molnár, 19 March 2006


image by István Molnár, 19 March 2006

I located a photo of small Fidesz flag at <fidesz.hu/pics>. The inscription is: 'HAJRÁ FIDESZ! HAJRÁ VIKTOR!' (HURRA FIDESZ! HURRA VIKTOR). "Viktor" is Viktor Orbán, leader of the Fidesz Party and the democratic Fidesz Election Bloc, prime minister of Hungary 1998-2002.
István Molnár, 23 March 2006


Flag used before 1994 election
image by István Molnár, 7 December 2000


Flag used before 1998 election
image by István Molnár, 7 December 2000


Flag used before 2002 election
image by István Molnár, 7 December 2000


Flag used 2003-2005
image by István Molnár, 19 June 2003

Fidelitas


image by István Molnár, 25 October 2001

Fidelitas (Fidesz Magyar Polgári Párt Ifjúsági Társszervezete) - youth organisation of the Fidesz-MPP.
István Molnár, 25 October 2001

Fidesz Electoral Bloc - 2006

Parties and associations of the Fidesz Electoral Bloc in 2006 elections:
- Fidesz-MPSz
- Fidelitas
- Kereszténydemokrata Néppárt
- Kisgazda Polgári Egyesület
- Lungo Drom
- Magyar Gazdakörök Országos Szövetsége
- Magyar Kereszténydemokrata Szövetség
- Nemzeti Fórum Egyesület
- Vállalkozók Pártja
István Molnár, 19 March 2006


Fiatal Baloldal


image by István Molnár, 4 July 2001

Fiatal Baloldal (Young Left Wing) is a youth organisation of the MSZP (Hungarian Socialist Party). Formerly name of the organisation: BIT = Baloldali Ifjúsági Társaság (Young Assotiation of the Left Wing).
István Molnár, 4 July 2001

Fiatal Baloldal and ISZM - Ifjú Szocialisták Mozgalma were united in 2003 and use the flag of FB.Fiatal Baloldal.
István Molnár, 25 March 2006


FKGP - Független Kisgazda, Földmunkas és Polgári Párt


image by István Molnár, 6 April 2001

Független Kisgazda, Földmunkas és Polgári Párt (Independent Party of Smallholders, Agrarian Workers and Citizens - <fkgp.hu>). Agrarian conservative (see <www.agora.it>), in government 1990-1992, 1998-
Today I was in Budapest and I have seen the flag
István Molnár, 6 April 2001

The inscriptions on the flag are such: above the ear of wheat, "Független", meaning Independent.  Below the ear of wheat, "Kisgazdapárt", meaning "Smallholders' Party".  Below the 'cartouche', "Isten Haza Család", meaning "God, Home, Family".
Georges G. Kovari, 7 April 2001

Flag of the FKGP in Gyöngyös town can be seen in photo at <www.fkgp.hu>.
István Molnár, 21 January 2006


Harmadik Út

The Harmadik Út (The Third Road) is the electorial coalition of the rigth wing parties: the MIEP and the JOBBIK (Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom - Jobbik for Hungary Movement. The word Jobbik come from the word jobb which means "right" and also "better". Photos of flags at <jobbik.hu/2005okt23-01.jpg>, <jobbik.hu/segelykoncert-7.jpg>, <jobbik.hu/22.jpg>, <jobbik.hu/2005.05.27%20023.jpg>, <jobbik.hu/5.jpg> and <gportal.hu>.
István Molnár, 23 March 2006


ISZM - Ifjú Szocialisták Mozgalma


image by István Molnár, 8 August 2001

Based on <www.iszm.hu>. ISZM = Ifjú Szocialisták Mozgalma (Young Socialist's Movement). This organisation is the youth part of the MSZP (Hungarian Socialist Party)
István Molnár, 8 August 2001

Fiatal Baloldal and ISZM - Ifjú Szocialisták Mozgalma were united in 2003 and use the flag of FB.Fiatal Baloldal.
István Molnár, 25 March 2006


JESZ - Jólét és Szabadság Demokrata Közösség


image by Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014


image by Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014

The Democratic Community of Welfare and Freedom (Hungarian: Jólét és Szabadság Demokrata Közösség), abbreviated to JESZ (it is Hungarian written pronounciation of English word 'yes') , is a centre-right political party in Hungary. It is a new political formation and has a liberal conservative and Christian democratic ideology. This party is the legal successor to the Hungarian Democratic Forum (MDF).
They used two versions of flag, a white with its logo, and a green one with its logo. Logo is quite simple: the abbreviation of the party with an arrow in a circle.
Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014


Jobbik - Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom


image by Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014

Jobbik, the Movement for a Better Hungary (Hungarian: Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom) is a Hungarian radical nationalist political party. (Jobbik word means better or more right in Hungarian.) The party describes itself as "a principled, conservative and radically patriotic Christian party", whose "fundamental purpose" was the protection of "Hungarian values and interests." Jobbik has been described as fascist, neo-fascist, Neo-Nazi, extremist, racist, anti-Semitic, anti-Roma and homophobic. Measured according to its representation in the European Parliament and the National Assembly, it is Hungary's third largest party.
Its flag is a wolf-teeth decorated white flag with its logo placed in the center of the vertically used flag. Logo consits of red, white and green superimposed discs and a white cross is depicted over all. Party name is written under it.
Images of flag: http://www.szittya.com/vonagabor001.jpg and http://hetivalasz.hu/data/cikk/2/75/45/cikk_27545/0_Jobbik-20091023.jpg
Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014


KDNP - Kereszténydemokrata Néppárt


image by Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

Flag with motto:


image by Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

Adopted but rarely used flag:


image by Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

Kereszténydemokrata Néppárt - Christian-Democratic People's Party, part of Fidesz Electoral Bloc in 2006 elections.
István Molnár, 19 March 2006

Photo of vertical flags at <www.hajrabiatorbagy.hu>. It seems that the KDNP got two different symbols:   one with the cross in gold-white and straight topand ne with white cross and bent top.
István Molnár, 28 March 2006

The Christian Democratic People's Party (Hungarian: Kereszténydemokrata Néppárt, KDNP) is officially a coalition partner of ruling party Fidesz, but in reality it is a satellite party of Fidesz, and has been unable to get into the Parliament on its own since 1994 when it barely passed the election threshold of 5% of votes. Without Fidesz, its support cannot be measured.
Its flag is white with its striped shield depicting a Latin cross and two ears of wheat (all in gold). Around the badge a motto can be read: Cum Deo Pro Patria et Libertate! (With God for Homeland and Liberty!) Originally it was motto of Rákóczi's War of Independence (1703-1711).
Flag without its motto is also used.
Images of current (and widely used) flag: http://kdnp.hu/files/u3/Kossuth_t__r_2006_KDNP_z__szl__.jpg  and http://static.propeller.hu/images/content/cikkepek/2013_12/orban_kdnp.jpg
New flag with new logo was was introduced in December 2012, but it didn't become popular, so i'ts used very rarely. Image: http://index.hu/belfold/2012/12/17/meghozzak_az_ev_utolso_torvenyeit/micsoda_nap_meg_egy_premier/
Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

Previous variant


image by István Molnár, 19 March 2006

Previous Flag


image from <www.euroastra.com>, located by István Molnár

Seen at the Day of the Revolution (23 October 2001). There are also unidentified flags which are possibly KDNP flags at <www.euroastra.com/DSCF0065.JPG> and <DSCF0073.JPG>.
István Molnár, 30 October 2001

Christian-Democratic People's Party, Not in the parliament. See: <www.electionworld.org>.
István Molnár, 6 November 2001


KPE - Kisgazda Polgári Egyesület


image by István Molnár, 19 March 2006

Kisgazda Polgári Egyesület - Civic Association of the Smallholders, part of Fidesz Electoral Bloc in 2006 elections.
István Molnár, 19 March 2006


KTI - Közösség a Társadalmi Igazságosságért Néppárt


image by Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014

The Community for Social Justice People's Party (Hungarian: Közösség a Társadalmi Igazságosságért Néppárt), abbreviated to KTI, is a new political formation. It is a party and political alliance of several parties and civic organizations for the 2014 parliamentary election. The party was founded and led by Ms. Katalin Szili, a former Speaker of the National Assembly ngary.
Its flag is white with its logo at hoist, forming a heart from two arcs, green and blue surrounding the party blue abbreviation. Full name of the party is placed next to the logo.
Image of flag: http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/mCKBroEN6Lw/maxresdefault.jpg
Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014


Liberálisok - Magyar Liberális Párt


image by Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014

Hungarian Liberal Party (Hungarian: Magyar Liberális Párt, shortened form Liberals (Liberálisok)) is a Hungarian liberal-conservative political party, formed on 27 April 2013, and led by Gábor Fodor, a former MP and president of the Alliance of Free Democrats (SZDSZ).
Its flag is light blue with their logo at hoist, and shortened form of party name in white placed in upper part of the flag, and full party name is place next to the logo written in black letters in three rows.
Image of its flag:
http://kep.index.hu/1/0/572/5721/57211/5721164_ac626bbf867d692f6ac15972f9082a65_wm.jpg
Zoltan Horvath, 05 April 2014


LMP - Lehet Más a Politika


image by Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014

Politics Can Be Different (alternative translation: Another Politics Is Possible) (Hungarian: Lehet Más a Politika, LMP) is a green-liberal political party in Hungary. Founded in 2009 with the purpose of reforming Hungarian politics. It was one of four parties to win seats in the National Assembly in the 2010 parliamentary election.
They have three versions of flags. First one is a simple white flag with its logo, a green disc with a walking human figure, and party abbreviation and full title.
Next one is a green flag with logo, but there is party site url and its logo repeated many times in the backround .
Third one is quite new, it is also green with a new design of its logo, and under the party name there is a new inscription: "Magyarország zöld pártja" which means: Green Party of Hungary.
Images of flags: http://mork.nyugat.hu/Scopes/nyugat2013/var//improxy/NyugatWXGAPicture/269074_irodat_avatott_az_lmp.jpg
http://www.csanadim.hu/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/pride2011-22.jpg
http://alfahir.hu/sites/barikad.hu/files/2011/06/hom_LMP.jpg
Flag with a recently used new logo (but previous type is also used):
https://scontent-b-vie.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/t31.0-8/1941490_10152320836867013_80178924_o.jpg
Zoltan Horvath, 06 April 2014


Lungo Drom


image by István Molnár, 21 May 2003

Lungo Drom Országos Cigány Érdekvédelmi és Polgári Szövetség (Lungo Drom Nationwide Gipsy Community of Interest and Civic Federation). Lungo Drom means Hosszú Út in Hungarian and Long Drive in English.
The largest gipsy organisation in Hungary. The federation has got 3 members in the parliament and many representatives in the local and ethnic councils. The organisation was in coalition with the Fidesz-MPP on the last election.
Source: Symbol and the description of the flag from the Lungo Drom.
István Molnár, 21 May 2003

See also: Hungary - Minorities



 
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