Jobbik in Hungary
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.
Facebook post of Márton Gyöngyösi, Executive Vice-President of Jobbik
Jobbik returns to the streets.
After the commemoration of the 1956 revolution and freedom fight, Jobbik held a demonstration at the building of the state television.
Jobbik aims to ensure that our youth, who study in our education system, could be provided a knowledge meeting 21st-century challenges
Jobbik created a new forum called Anti-Defamation Press Conference where the representatives of the pro-government media can pose their questions related to their own lies.
Márton Gyöngyösi talked to Alfahír.hu
The text of Jobbik's proclamation
Jobbik held its 20th national congress in Budapest on Saturday morning.