Jobbik in Hungary
“Where is this country going to, what direction is it governed to, and what alliance systems do all these recent events fit into?” asked Ádám Mirkóczki in his pre-agenda speech in the Parliament
Ádám Mirkóczki summoned an extraordinary meeting of the body on Wednesday but Fidesz voted against putting the Gruevski affair on the agenda
Márton Gyöngyösi and Ádám Mirkóczki declared they would not let the Fidesz government hide a convicted criminal in Hungary and turn our country into a haven for culprits running from
And they refuse to give any more information on the affair.
In its recent newsletter, the National Self-Government of Germans in Hungary released an in-depth interview with Jobbik MP Koloman Brenner.
Márton Gyöngyösi's post on Facebook
Jobbik held a flash mob in front of the Ministry of Interior Affairs, demanding “Orbán scram and take your corrupt pal”.
How could a wanted criminal get across the recently reinforced Southern border fence which cost HUF hundreds of millions?
The most important task for the Hungarian authorities is to immediately find the wanted Macedonian ex-PM Nikola Gruevski and hand him over to the Macedonian authorities
Zsolt Semjén’s bill, which would unconstitutionally ban opposition demonstrations from Hungary’s major public areas, is another step taken by Fidesz’ Bolshevik-like governance.
Hungary is split into two again in terms of having loyal collaborators and dissidents, just like before.