Jobbik in Hungary
Jobbik’s president was among the protesters in Budapest’s Kossuth Square
Márton Gyöngyösi: Slavery act is unconstitutional and was passed by breaking the Parliament's house rules
Hungary’s opposition parties held a joint press conference and condemned the pro-government majority for passing the slavery act in Parliament.
Jobbik MPs turn to President Áder
Jobbik calls for a referendum to let workers express their opinion on the slavery act imposed on them by Fidesz-Christian Democrats.
Jobbik says slavery law madness can be stopped at the Constitutional Court or even the Presidential Palace
“Every employee shall have the right to working conditions which respect his or her health, safety and dignity”
Orbán is really the nation’s horsetrader: now he says lying qualifies as a matter of strategic importance for Hungary!
Viktor Orbán declared it was a matter of strategic importance for the nation to prevent any authority from blocking the unlawful centralization of fake news production services
The Stop fraud and abuse of EU funds! - European Citizens’ Initiative aims to step up against fraud and the industrial-scale abuse of EU funds.
Seeing that Fidesz refuses to cleanse the public discourse, the largest opposition force asks voters to consciously seek correct information.
“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