Spokesperson of LMP, Máté Kanász-Nagy told journalists that LMP does not plan to cede its operation, and they are ready to elect their new leaders in June. It is uncertain if the party's now resigned leadership will enter into the contest for the available positions.
Lead candidate Gábor Vágó said that their campaign against climate change was a success since DK and Momentum have taken this topic from them. He doesn't think it was a mistake to center their campaign on this single issue, and he does not regret that the party did not talk about other topics such as migration.
This result is a defeat, but we'll have to fight for our ecopolitical goals, and we need to regain our credibility that we have not lost in this campaign, but last year." He added that voters have punished the entirety of the opposition for failing to cooperate at the 2018 general elections.