In his introductory remarks László Róbert (Political Capital) presented a indepth analysis about voter’s knowledge and awareness of their national electoral system. Survey results indicate that Hungarian electors are not adequately familiar with their national election procedure and make demands on the electoral system that cannot be always met .
Experts subsequently discussed the disproportionality of the Hungarian majority election system that profoundly influenced the results of the parlamentary elections. Furthermore, the experts highlighted the problems at the National Election Office, as well as the election campaign financing criticized by OSCE election observers and the high number of fake parties. However, the experts agreed that the third consecutive two-thirds majority could have been prevented if the quarrelling opposition parties adapted their strategy to the electoral system more effectively.
In the second panel discussion, Gergely Gulyás (vice president of FIDESZ) and Gyula Molnár (chairman of MSZP who resigned during the election night) discussed the elections and its circumstances. While Gulyás attributed his party's landslide election victory to its clear stance on migration policy and the country’s stable economic situation, his counterpart claimed that the governing parties led a "brutal election campaign". Gyula Molnár voiced his concerns that the dismantling of parlamentarism in Hungary will continue in the coming years , and blamed the lack of cooperation from the Hungarian Left for the dangerous omnipotence oft he government.