Social Democratic Party of Hungary
The Social Democratic Party of Hungary (Hungarian: Magyarországi Szociáldemokrata Párt, MSZDP) is a social democratic political party in Hungary. Historically, the party was dissolved during the occupation of Hungary by Nazi Germany (1944–1945) and the communist period of Hungary from 1948 to 1989, after being forced into a merger with the Communist Party. It worked legally for a short time during the Revolution of 1956.
|Vice President||Sándor Szőcs|
|Founder||Pál Gábor Engelmann|
|Founded||12 December 1890|
October 1956 (as SZDP)
9 January 1989
|Dissolved||12 June 1948|
|Preceded by||General Workers Party of Hungary (MÁMP)|
|Headquarters||1107 Budapest, Somfa köz 17.|
|Youth wing||Social Democratic Youth Movement (SZIM)|
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It was a government party as a part of the Károlyi Government (1918–1919), Berinkey Government, Peidl Government (1919), Interim National Assembly (1944–1945) and Dinnyés Government (1947–1948). It was reorganized after Hungary's transition from communism in 1989.