Jobbik in Hungary
Visiting Spinoza Theatre patronized by Budapest’s Jewish intellectuals, Gábor Vona participated in a discussion organized as part of the theatre’s political debate series.
Jobbik’s spokesman Péter Jakab presented the party’s new outdoor poster in his Thursday press conference.
The party would break up the huge government tenders into smaller segments to prevent “government-friendly” oligarchs and their foreign partners from winning all major projects
Citizens' campaign committee formed
There is no place for state secretary András Tállai as head of the National Tax and Customs Authority (NAV).
Viktor Orbán’s congress address could have been delivered by any burnt-out authoritarian leader.
There were only two responsible parties truly interested in addressing this emergency: Jobbik and Politics Can Be Different Party (LMP).
Jobbik claims that the outdoor media act, adopted by the pro-government majority in the summer, is unconstitutional and blocks the opposition from expressing its political opinions.
Péter Jakab: It is quite clear that Fidesz cannot bear the truth: now they have employed the local councils to silence us.
What Hungary needs is not war trenches but bridges, and a Prime Minister who serves the people instead of issuing threats.