Instead of a legislation requiring a two-thirds majority in Parliament, Fidesz is now trying to mute Jobbik’s outdoor media campaign by passing a bill needing just a simple majority
Márton Gyöngyösi held a press conference to inform the public about his joint visit with President Gábor Vona to Poland to discuss the wage union issue with their local allies
Fidesz “has a grip” on MSZP through criminal cases and economic deals, that is why the Socialists are willing to execute such a blatant pact

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Jobbik in Hungary Fidesz is driving a nail into the coffin of freedom of speech, but Jobbik is going to end Fidesz’ rule
Instead of a legislation requiring a two-thirds majority in Parliament, Fidesz is now trying to mute Jobbik’s outdoor me
Jobbik in Hungary Gyöngyösi: Low wages make Hungary a slave society
Márton Gyöngyösi held a press conference to inform the public about his joint visit with President Gábor Vona to Poland
Jobbik in EU Wage union initiative gains support in Slovakia as well
The Hungarian community living in Slovakia is also working for getting the principle of “equal wages for equal work” inc

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The political course of the past 25 years must be radically changed. We need a calm, considerate, empathetic but firm political stance. Gábor Vona's State of the Nation address January 31, 2015