Jobbik in Hungary
Jobbik MP György Szliágyi: Jobbik will continue fighting the dictatorship of Viktor Orbán’s gangster government
According to the report of Hungary’s Central Statistical Office, net average wages in Eastern Hungary are barely more than half of the salaries in Western Hungary.
After the Fidesz-controlled government offices, fake NGOs and State Audit Office, the Prosecutor’s Office has just joined in implementing the Orbán Plan which aims to ban Jobbik.
No shortage of ideas: After silencing outdoor media, Fidesz now finds another way to muffle opposition
There’s just no limit: the government steamrolls on with its antidemocratic agenda.
Having lost any remaining control of its power mania, Fidesz is now talking about potentially banning Jobbik, its strongest political competitor, which would be unheard of in Europe.
The Fidesz-KDNP majority of the Hungarian Parliament’s Justice Committee yet again rejected the constitutional bill that would have kept both poor and rich migrants away from Hungary for good.
Vona: Now it's clear that if you want to change the Hungarian government, you need to vote for Jobbik
"Votes cast for any other party will be lost and ultimately help Orbán"
In today’s Hungary, there is only one party to replace the government, and it’s none other than Jobbik.
Jobbik’s posters were removed illegally so they started putting them back up, said the party’s spokesman Ádám Mirkóczki to HirTV News.
The government applied force to attack the freedom of speech and Jobbik as well.