Jobbik in Hungary
Jobbik’s vice president Balázs Ander said Fidesz was trying to fly Hungary’s education back to the Communist times
According to MP Koloman Brenner, the government conducts a completely anti-science and anti-intellectual policy.
This proposal must not just be postponed; instead, it must be withdrawn, forgotten and destroyed in a paper shredder for good.
In an interview for Alfahir and N1 TV, Márton Gyöngyösi shared his thoughts on the EP election results and the work ahead of him.
Gyöngyösi: We will struggle for Hungarian interests in Brussels
An unprecedented affair: even secret services fail to show up for National Security Committee meeting on Strache scandal
Jobbik’s MP considers this affair as the largest scandal of the past years since civilian control over the intelligence services seems to have been lost.
Ádám Mirkóczki's press release
Jobbik initiates setting up a parliamentary committee of inquiry to investigate if the Strache affair has any Hungarian connections.
Is Heinrich Pecina, with whom Viktor Orbán negotiated himself, a strawman working for Russia?
Jobbik demands the Fidesz government to abandon its anti-science rampage and stop the vexation of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.