30 January 1995 FOUR YEARS AFTER ITS overwhelming defeat in the country’s first free elections in 1990, dissatisfied voters gave the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSP) a decisive victory. The former reform communist party, in the second round of the national elections on 29 May, gained an absolute majority in parliament. Hungary joined other East European […]

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