Jobbik in Hungary
This is how head of State Audit Office reacts to Jobbik's questions
Gábor Vona announced that Jobbik was going to hold a peaceful demonstration on Friday afternoon and invited all those who wanted Hungary’s democracy to survive Orbán’s nepotistic regime.
The stakes for the next four months are: either Viktor Orbán will destroy Jobbik in a most radical way, also dismantling democracy in the process, or Jobbik will stop this madness with the support of
The governing Fidesz party, feeling threatened by its opposition, launched a dictatorial action which is unprecedented in the history of post-communist Hungary.
The State Audit Office’s latest decision may be the first step to abolish Jobbik.
Fidesz is using the State Audit Office to financially ruin the strongest opposition party, which happens to be the governing party’s only realistic challenger in the upcoming elections.
Hungary will either fall into an even steeper decline with Fidesz or choose to rise with Jobbik.
Hungary’s National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) refused to investigate the charges raised by Jobbik MP Ádám Mirkóczki against George Soros
Jobbik’s initiative for a wage union is “very much in line” with the adopted concept that “people should not do humiliating work for humiliating wages”.
Jobbik’s proposal offers a solution to the foreign currency loan crisis which, according to the party’s president, is still a major problem in Hungary.