Jump to content

Parliamentary address books

Midterm turnover among the MPs can be followed by studying the so-called address books (lists of names and addresses)

The MPs’ roster and address book consists of the alphabetized list of the MPs’ name, constituency (later on: party affiliation), permanent address and temporary address in Budapest. (For Upper House members the occupation and title were also indicated.) Such brochures were issued annually. The MPs were listed in groups according to county and constituency. The brochures also included the name and address of officeholders and other staff members of the National Assembly, the names, composition and officeholders of the committees in the Upper House.

Last modified on Sunday, 02 December 2012 01:06