Jobbik in Europe
Jobbik clearly rejects the quota plan as well as the institution of deportation back to the country of first registration
Jean-Claude Juncker's proposals to solve the migrant crisis, which the Commission President announced on Wednesday, are unacceptable for Jobbik
Jobbik expresses its concern about and objection to Brussels' practice of trying to silence, ban and remove opinions that are contrary to the Commission standpoint
Jobbik believes the Greek referendum is a clear indication that the EU should abandon its collision course, reconsider its structure, and return to the path laid down by the founding fathers.
Finland has committed a grave mistake by refusing to allow several important members, including the Speaker of the Russian Parliament, to travel to the Parliamentary Assembly session of OSCE
"Europe is in crisis, Europe is sick" said Jobbik president Gábor Vona in his press conference held in the Parliament on Thursday.
The all-EU meeting of European Affairs Committees of member states was held in Riga, Latvia on June 1-2.
Talking to BBC in an interview, the Chancellor of leading EU power Germany stated that certain changes to the EU treaty may be possible.
In his press conference on Monday, Dániel Z. Kárpát, the deputy leader of the Jobbik's Parliamentary Group called the migration quota plan an "Orwellian nightmare."
If the migration quota is introduced into EU law, then Hungary should hold a referendum about its application.