In the EP Márton Gyöngyösi: Gyurcsány is a bigger obstacle to the joint opposition list than gay marriage
Executive Vice-President of Jobbik talked to Azonnali
Jobbik in Hungary Jakab: Look how someone who never worked in the competitive sector for a minute is now telling you about losing your job
We are not attacking the government, we are trying to lay constructive propositions on the table, said Jobbik’s president Péter Jakab on Tuesday on ATV’s Straight Talk show
Jobbik in Hungary Communiqué in response to the Coronavirus Operative Staff’s press conference held today
Common press release of Jobbik, MSZP, DK, LMP, Dialogue, Momentum, Liberals, and independent MPs Bernadett Szél and Ákos Hadházy
Jobbik in Hungary Péter Jakab: “Let us succumb to the desire for freedom rather than the virus!”
Since all public celebrations were cancelled due to the coronavirus, Jobbik’s president posted a video on Facebook to commemorate the anniversary of our revolution that started on 15th March, 1848.
Hungarian Across Borders Péter Jakab: Don’t let Fidesz tell what Szeklers want, let them speak for themselves!
Fidesz treats ethnic Hungarians the exact same way as it treats domestic public workers.
Jobbik in Hungary Orbán must immediately remove Human Capacities Minister Miklós Kásler from office
We don’t want to turn the coronavirus into a party political affair but Miklós Kásler’s person and uncertain answers will not reassure the Hungarian people.
Jobbik in Hungary Péter Jakab: I won’t be on the same candidate list as Gyurcsány
Péter Jakab talked to HVG
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik’s new MP Gergely Kálló takes his oath
Jobbik’s politician will take Tamás Pintér’s seat in the party’s parliamentary faction. Mr Pintér had to return his mandate when he was elected as the mayor of Dunaújváros.
Jobbik in Hungary Péter Jakab: It may be a good idea for the opposition to nominate a joint PM candidate
President of Jobbik Péter Jakab talked to Index.hu
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik: Revise the new National Curriculum!
Koloman Brenner called on the government to postpone the introduction of the new National Curriculum and give it a complete revision involving all affected stakeholders in the process.

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