Jobbik in Hungary
Péter Jakab: It is quite clear that Fidesz cannot bear the truth: now they have employed the local councils to silence us.
What Hungary needs is not war trenches but bridges, and a Prime Minister who serves the people instead of issuing threats.
We belong together but we don’t have to agree on everything. What we do agree on is the most important thing: that we want to replace this government.
Jobbik considers Hungary’s security more important than the “dirty money”.
Jobbik’s position is clear: we declare zero tolerance on any ideas like this.
We will take the media back from partisan propagandists and give it to real journalists to make sure that citizens can receive varied and balanced information.
More and more citizens claim they would definitely not vote for the government parties.
This week Jobbik is going to submit a motion to amend the national security act.
Jobbik’s Gábor Ferenczi was again elected for mayor of Devecser, with a 69 per cent majority.
Mr Vona expressed he was prepared that Fidesz might dissolve Jobbik, cut the opposition party’s budget or perhaps resort to electoral fraud.