Jobbik in Hungary
Jobbik’s outdoor media campaign was so successful that Viktor Orbán banned it.
MP Szilágyi: “In all likelihood, Fidesz instructed the police not to catch the vandalizers of Jobbik’s billboards, to look away and let them commit these unlawful acts”
Jobbik launched its new outdoor media campaign designed to present how the largest opposition force was going to govern Hungary
Jobbik initiates an impeachment procedure against János Áder since he has become unworthy to be the head of state
Mr Mirkóczki said the law was an anti-Jobbik legislation which, if it remains effective, will prevent people from speaking out the truth in Hungary
Jobbik says the Hungarian opposition will soon collect enough support to ask the Constitutional Court to review the amendment of the legislation on party financing adopted by Parliament last week
János Volner says the real stake of the struggle is “if Viktor Orbán can have his way as a dictator or Hungary retains a European rule of law”
Fidesz is driving a nail into the coffin of freedom of speech, but Jobbik is going to end Fidesz’ rule
Instead of a legislation requiring a two-thirds majority in Parliament, Fidesz is now trying to mute Jobbik’s outdoor media campaign by passing a bill needing just a simple majority
Are the Socialists blackmailed?
Márton Gyöngyösi held a press conference to inform the public about his joint visit with President Gábor Vona to Poland to discuss the wage union issue with their local allies