- 7 May 2018 8:10 AM
- Hungary Matters
As the board had vowed to get the party into parliament in last month’s election, but failed, Momentum’s delegates rejected the board’s report, the party said in a statement.
As a result, the board assumed responsibility for Momentum’s election performance and kept its promise of resigning, they added.
The party added that in accordance with a resolution adopted at the assembly, it would elect its new leaders in early summer.
The members who have just resigned will be free to run for leadership positions again, they added. Until its new leaders are elected, Momentum will be run by its directorate.