Jobbik in Hungary
Mr Vona expects attacks on his person to continue in the new year but he hopes that the majority of Hungarian citizens are "reasonable people" who won't believe all the mudslinging
Jobbik's vice president claims that the dirty money generated by the bond business is more important for the government than national security.
Thousands of people gathered in Budapest's Deák Square for Jobbik's celebration of 23rd October.
Jobbik proposes to record and publish foreign funds received by civil organizations in Hungary.
The radical nationalist Jobbik is organising a rally for the national holiday of October 23 for everyone who feels they have been “cheated and humiliated” by the governments of the past 24 years....
The government keeps trying to prevent Jobbik MPs from doing their job.