Fidesz treats ethnic Hungarians the exact same way as it treats domestic public workers.
Délhír made a brief interview with Márton Gyöngyösi, Jobbik’s executive vice president
Márton Gyöngyösi's post on Facebook
Gyöngyösi: The Szekler community must be protected both from Budapest's vote buying and Bucharest's oppression
Jobbik’s executive vice president Márton Gyöngyösi talked to Alfahír.hu before the march held on the Szekler Freedom Day in Marosvásárhely (Târgu Mureș).
The Romanian power still wants to make an example of the Szekler patriots who struggle for self-determination.
Announcing the move in his Monday press conference, Jobbik’s president added that the talks on Serbia’s EU accession mean a historic opportunity for the Hungarian community living there
Jobbik has learnt the hard way that Fidesz refrains from nothing to avoid being held to account and to make sure that its authoritarian power is secured for decades to come.
The party’s position is that this system disfavours Hungarian emigrants compared to those living in the neighbouring countries because the former are not given the option of voting by letter.
Mr Sneider points out that the government has been unable to achieve a breakthrough in terms of the Szekler autonomy since the Szekler community is still just as deprived of its rights as before.
To this day, Romania still treats the nearly 1.5 million Hungarians as second-class citizens while it keeps blocking Szekler autonomy efforts, too