Jobbik in Hungary
Jobbik maintains that the extent of the fine imposed by the Audit Office on the largest opposition party was completely unlawful and unjustified.
The Hungarian State Treasury is turning off the taxpayers’ money tap from Jobbik due to the SAO fine.
Jobbik MP György Szilágyi noted that the government submitted the bill on withdrawing the residency bonds one day before the vote on the Constitutional amendment.
Let us reassure the communities protesting against this bill that the legislation adopted today is impractical in its current form, its implementation is infeasible, so it will cause no harm.
There should be only one Sándor Erdei.
“This is reminiscent of the anti-science and anti-research policies of 20th-century dictatorships”.
Worrying news about the financing of the research institutes belonging to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Jobbik believes the biggest problem lies in the scarcity of budget resources for education in general and higher education in particular.
Hungary may be fined for HUF 100-150 billion.
The failure of any Hungarian higher education institution to make it to the Top 200 of the international elite even after six years is an important indicator of this complex problem
Contrary to the authoritarian-leaning Orbán regime, Jobbik remains dedicated to the genuine European values of democracy and truly Christian conservative people’s party policies.