But only because that somehow paves the way to change at the municipal elections this autumn, as party president Bertalan Tóth explained, though it's unclear how, as the joint list of MSZP and Párbeszéd only received 6.68% of the votes.
Tóth is also MSZP's lead candidate, but he will not pick up his mandate - it is unclear though, which of MSZP's candidates will go to the European Parliament instead of him - what seems sure is that it will be one of MSZP's MEPs from the previous term, Tibor Szanyi or István Ujhelyi.
Bertalan Tóth congratulated DK and Momentum, but noted that the winner of this election is Fidesz. He added that he is proud of the cooperation of MSZP and Párbeszéd.
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