Hungary-China relations have traditionally been good for decades, and it is a well-known fact that Hungary has long been considered as a key partner for China in Central Europe. None of that has ever posed a threat to Budapest’s Euro-Atlantic relations. Until now.
The presidents and co-presidents of the six opposition parties had another meeting on Tuesday. Over the past weeks and months, the parties have been in ongoing discussions regarding the key issues of primaries, and the last piece of the puzzle has just clicked in place.
As 9 May approaches, the anniversary of Robert Schuman’s Declaration always reminds us to reflect on such questions as where the European integration started out from and how far it got over the past seven decades as well as where the EU is going right now.
Many things have gone through a fundamental change over the past centuries but Europe’s economic and cultural weight, apart from a few downturns, has never been questioned in the world. In spite of that, our continent has never been able to become a united dominant political force.

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Dear Friends,

Allow me to proudly present our website where you can read the latest information on the activities of Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary. Three decades have passed since Hungary stepped on the path of European integration. Back then we were dreaming about becoming a member of a successful community resting on solid foundations. However, our continent is now nearly torn apart by conflicting interests. Today’s European Union is characterized by crises while Hungary echoes with the ideological disputes of the past. What we aim for Europe is to once again become a fair continent that shows solidarity and respects its Christian values the way it was envisioned by the founding fathers of European integration. As for Hungary, we want it to become a free, democratic and competitive country, just as we wished for at the time when Communism collapsed. Come with us!

Best regards,

Márton Gyöngyösi

News

Jobbik in EU Is China using Orbán to sabotage Europe? – The Weekly 53
Hungary-China relations have traditionally been good for decades, and it is a well-known fact that Hungary has long been
Jobbik in Hungary Opposition party presidents agree on key issues of primaries
The presidents and co-presidents of the six opposition parties had another meeting on Tuesday.
Jobbik in EU Europe: unity and solidarity or downfall – The Weekly 52
As 9 May approaches, the anniversary of Robert Schuman’s Declaration always reminds us to reflect on such questions as w
Jobbik in EU Where is Europe’s place in the world? – Thoughts after the EU’s diplomatic fiascos – The Weekly 51
Many things have gone through a fundamental change over the past centuries but Europe’s economic and cultural weight, ap

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