Jobbik in Hungary
The Hungarian government must point out that the Western European leaders have been actively involved in destabilizing Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria
If Fidesz fails to make their standpoint clear about the quota system, Jobbik will initiate a binding referendum
According to Gábor Vona, the Hungarian government has been and will be unable to solve the migrant crisis.
Jobbik expects an immediate answer why the Minister of Defence resigns in this critical situation
Jobbik held its third anti-immigration demonstration, this time in Budapest.
Jobbik conducted a series of demonstrations against the planned construction of a Budapest transit zone (i.e. new refugee camp).
Both of Jobbik's candidates have won the by-elections in the city of Tapolca. This means that the party has the majority in the municipal council now.
On average, the daily care of asylum seekers costs 4300 HUF each. Today, the daily unemployment benefit is 2362 HUF per day.
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary expresses its concerns about the participation of the Hungarian Defence Forces in the protection of the Baltic states' airspace and considers the act extremel
Jobbik urges to revoke the voting rights – valid for the municipal elections – of immigrants whose applications for asylum were approved.