Motherland Party (Hungary)

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The Motherland Party

A Haza Pártja
ChairmanÁrpád Kásler
FounderÁrpád Kásler
Founded28 May 2013
Preceded byTransition Movement Party (Rendszerváltó Mozgalom Párt)
HeadquartersGyula, Békés
IdeologySoft Euroscepticism
Social conservatism
Opposition to foreign currency loans [de; hu]
Political positionCentre (self-claimed)
ColorsRed, White, Black
National Assembly
0 / 199
European Parliament
0 / 21
County Assemblies
0 / 419

The Motherland Party[1] (Hungarian: A Haza Pártja), formerly known as The Homeland Not For Sale Movement Party (Hungarian: A Haza Nem Eladó Mozgalom Párt) is a Hungarian political party, founded by Árpád Kásler in 2013. The party's headquarters is located in Gyula, Békés County. The party is mostly based on opposition to foreign currency loans [de; hu], holding several protests in opposition to 'plundering'.

In 2017, Árpád Kásler sued, and, because the websites named the party as a possible fake party [hu] intended to take advantage of the new electoral method. Kásler won the lawsuit.[2]

Election results[edit]

For the Hungarian Parliament:

Election year National Assembly Government
# of
overall votes
% of
overall vote
# of
overall seats won
0.47% (#6)
0 / 199
0 / 199
Steady 0 extra-parliamentary

For the European Parliament:

Election year # of overall votes % of overall vote # of overall seats won +/- Notes
0.52% (#7)
0 / 21


  1. "Választmányi Ülés". Kásler Árpád honlapja (in magyar). Retrieved 2017-05-14.
  2. "MEGNYERTÜK A PERT". Kásler Árpád honlapja (in magyar). Retrieved 2017-07-06.

See also[edit]

  • List of political parties in Hungary

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