Jobbik in Europe
Painfully few specifics were revealed in Thursday’s press conference held by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
“The freedom to use your language and symbols as well as the right for education in your language should be a fundamental right in the EU”
The EU’s next budget cycle may set significantly reduced amounts earmarked for Hungary.
Jobbik urges all responsible Hungarian citizens to participate in the all-European consultation and voice their opinions on the wage gap tearing the European Union apart.
Vona: Jobbik stands for constructive debates and the representation of Hungary’s interests.
János Volner addressed the issue of the EUR 2-million fine imposed by the State Audit Office (SAO) of Hungary.
Going on the path set out by the European Citizens’ Initiative for a Wage Union, Jobbik continues to work on helping Hungary become a truly successful, European and free country
Jobbik believes that János Lázár’s Vienna video, which was posted on Tuesday but has been deleted since, is a disrespectful and harmful act in terms of Austria-Hungary relations.
Gábor Vona wrote open letter to Emmanuel Macron, President of the France
In the February 14 issue of the EU Observer there was an article by Mr Nikolaj Nielsen titled “Far-right parties re-register to access EU funds.” The article falsely states that Mr Béla Kovács, a memb