Jobbik in Europe
"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.
According to Márton Gyöngyösi, the people of the United Kingdom made a decision on their country's EU relations on 7th May.
"The difference between Jobbik and FN could not be larger.
Yesterday the European Parliament set out a position which contains certain astounding points.
Jobbik is perplexed to see that the European Commission opens an infringement procedure against Hungary on our new act on the transfer of agricultural land
Süddeutsche Zeitung has just published an article comparing the popularity of right-wing parties in various European countries.