Jobbik in Hungary Fidesz is no longer afraid of Jobbik: It's terrified
Jobbik’s outdoor media campaign was so successful that Viktor Orbán banned it.
Jobbik in EU European Committee of the Regions: Fidesz-Socialist broad coalition
Fidesz represented nothing but its own interests instead of the nation and our community
Jobbik in EU Eastern Central European countries are finally talking about something that connects rather than divides them
Hungarian website Alfahír talked with Jobbik’s president Gábor Vona and MP Márton Gyöngyösi after their meeting with the representatives of VMRO in Sofia on 10th July
Jobbik in EU Vona and Gyöngyösi's Sofia visit reveals launch date of signature collection for the Wage Union
Vona: “We believe we can create a Europe where we, Eastern Central European nations can feel good, too”
Jobbik is fully dedicated to keeping the Hungarian public informed of the events known as the Bloody Sunday of Volhynia
Jobbik in Hungary "Today we can state: Hungary is ruled by a dictatorship!"
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 in Hungary "Hungarian heart, common sense and clean hands"
Jobbik launched its new outdoor media campaign designed to present how the largest opposition force was going to govern Hungary
Jobbik in Hungary Áder is not Hungary’s but Orbán’s president
Jobbik initiates an impeachment procedure against János Áder since he has become unworthy to be the head of state
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik asks President Áder to return outdoor media law to Constitutional Court
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 in Hungary Jobbik requests Constitutional Court to rule on outdoor media law
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