László Kövér can repeat

The inaugural sitting of the National Assembly continued after the swearing-in of 198 deputies and the majority also heard the greetings of President János Áder.

Hadházy did not take an oath, he could not exercise his rights

Of the 199 elected representatives, only Ákos Hadházy did not take the oath, so

in accordance with the Parliamentary Act, it may not participate in meetings, exercise its voting rights or receive remuneration.

Senior President Béla Turi-Kovács also asked the technical staff to turn off the voting machine of the elected representative. The politician, who won an individual mandate in Zugló, logged in on the Facebook page of Kisvaszar in Baranya County, as he wrote, where he takes his alternative oath.

The faction leaders were announced

Each party informed the Office of the Parliament in advance about the identities of the faction leaders, and Zsófia Koncz (Fidesz), the notary public, announced the names in order of size.

The Fidesz group will continue to be led by Máté Kocsis, and István Simicskó will be able to continue the work of the KDNP faction.

The largest opposition faction in the 15-member SE is led by Ferenc Gyurcsány in the same way as in the previous term, with the difference that at that time the group of Gyurcsánys on the left was still the smallest. The 10-member MSZP faction will be led by Bertalan Tóth, the 10-member Jobbik faction by Péter Jakab, and the 10-member Momentum faction by András Fekete-Győr. The six-member group of the Dialogue is led by Bence Tordai, while the same faction of Our Country is led by László Toroczkai. The smallest – five-member – LMP faction will be led by Péter Ungár in the next parliamentary term.

László Kövér can repeat

In the absence of a joint nomination, the Speaker of the National Assembly, Fidesz, may nominate the Speaker of Parliament

László Kövér was recommended as chairman.

The Speaker will be elected by secret ballot during the 40-minute break that has just begun. László Kövér has been the Speaker of the National Assembly since 2010.

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Cover image: László Kövér, Speaker of the House (Photo: Attila Kovács / MTI)

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