Electoral system family - Hungary

Country: 
Hungary
Question: 
Electoral system family
Answer: 
Mixed
Source: 

Act CCIII of 2011 on the Elections of Members of Parliament (as of 3 March 2014)

3. Number of Members of Parliament

Section 3. (1) The number of Members of Parliament shall be one hundred and ninety-nine.

(2) One hundred and six Members of Parliament shall be elected in single-member constituencies and ninety-three from national lists.

6. Drawing up National Lists

Section 7. National list may be drawn up as a party list or national minority list.

8. Determination of Election Results

Section 13. The candidate who received the majority of valid votes shall be the Member of Parliament for the particular single-member constituency.

Section 14 (1) No mandate may be won by a party list which failed to reach at least five percent of all valid votes for party lists and national minority lists.

(2) No mandate may be won by a joint party list which failed to reach at least ten or, in the case of a joint party list drawn up by more than two political parties, fifteen percent of all valid votes for party lists and national minority lists.

(3) No mandate may be won by a national minority list which failed to reach the number of votes required for winning a preferential national minority mandate (hereinafter: preferential quota) determined by Section 16d).