Now Jobbik must move forward in a battle where Fidesz is already promising more brutal measures than ever
Péter Jakab: “Extremist acts are not tolerated in a people’s party"
Jobbik’s 22nd congress elected the party’s new officials, including the board whose mandate will end on 30 June 2022, i.e., after the next national elections.
Péter Jakab succeeds Tamás Sneider as Jobbik’s president
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary is concerned to see the events unfolding in Iraq and Iran since the American bombing of Qassim Suleimani.
The governing parties’ decision means that the Media Council, which exercises the right of press oversight in Hungary, will not have a single opposition member.
New Jobbik MP Róbert Dudás talked to Alfahír
Márton Gyöngyösi's post on Facebook
On Wednesday, the Parliament started the debate on the so-called muzzle act.
Fidesz finds it hard to get over their loss in Eger’s local elections.