Jobbik in Hungary
Nearly fifty members of twenty-three trade unions accepted Jobbik’s invitation for a meeting to discuss the European Citizens’ Initiative for a Wage Union.
Zoltán Illés said he would still run for a parliamentary seat under Fidesz’ banner, but he believed that the government was conducting a corrupt and dishonest policy
András Schiffer, former MP of Politics Can Be Different (LMP) party finds the Wage Union of utmost importance
MP István Szávay: The government is already preparing its supporters for accepting the idea of using physical violence against the opposition if it comes to that
Hungary’s discontinuation of Dutch relations at ambassador level will put our country even farther from the European political theatre
Jobbik's politicians talked about the practical aspects of the initiative
On August 20, Gábor Vona officially launched the wage union initiative
Reaction to Viktor Orbán’s Tusványos speech: Hungary is controlled by obsessions rather than common sense
Viktor Orbán has once again proven there is only one thing he can give the people: a supposed enemy
Jobbik’s outdoor media campaign was so successful that Viktor Orbán banned it.
MP Szilágyi: “In all likelihood, Fidesz instructed the police not to catch the vandalizers of Jobbik’s billboards, to look away and let them commit these unlawful acts”