Jobbik in the Europe
Jobbik will submit a motion to the Parliament so that Hungary could join the EPPO
Facebook post of Márton Gyöngyösi, Executive Vice-President of Jobbik
"I could not approve of the report, and neither could I support the idea of triggering the Article 7 procedure"
Instead of looking for scapegoats, lying and calling others traitors, Viktor Orbán must exercise self-restraint, self-criticism and humbleness so that this unprecedented punishment could be corrected.
PM Orbán avoided talking about any factual elements of the report concerning corruption, the government-occupied institutions and the elimination of the freedom of the press.
Jobbik MEP Zoltán Balczó talked in the so-called “one-minute speeches of political importance” section to point out a human rights violation committed by the Romanian state.
Accompanying Executive Vice President Márton Gyöngyösi, MP Lajos Kepli also represented Jobbik in the Krynica Economic Forum.
Jobbik’s executive vice president Márton Gyöngyösi participated in the Economic Forum held in Krynica, Poland on September 6
We need to join the European Public Prosecutor’s Office.
Painfully few specifics were revealed in Thursday’s press conference held by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.