Opposition party LMP co-leader Péter Ungár was chosen at the green party’s conference on Saturday to lead the party’s list in the 2024 European Parliament election. In his acceptance speech, Ungár promised voters to focus on substantive issues and try to foster a calm and peaceful society. Ungár said other political parties merely offered “more hate”, while LMP sought to present an alternative to those who believed that “capital ranks above people” and “everything is for sale”. Ungár said he had headed the party’s EP list since he was currently recognised as LMP’s most suitable politician, but he did not intend to take his seat as an MEP. Erzsébet Schmuck is second on LMP’s EP election list, followed by Örs Tetlák, Máté Kanász-Nagy, Krisztina Hohn, János Kendernay and Gábor Hanák.