Jobbik in Hungary
Let’s admit that Hungary is a wonderful little country. In which other country’s case would the world public opinion has constantly (the emphasis is on “constantly”) on its mind that in...
Commemoration of the Victims of the Benes Decrees in the Church of Homecoming
Jobbik today formally denounced writer Akos Kertesz at the Prosecutor's Office for incitement against the community, defamation and other offenses.
Jobbik is not just a party, but as its name suggests, it is a movement too. A political party tries to gain as much support as it can, it runs candidates in elections, then tries to use the trust...
Latest election results in Gyöngyöspata show that Jobbik should focus on local issues to increase party support.
Government backed poll institution Nezopont published its September report showing Jobbik ahead of the Socialists (MSZP), for the first time since the 2010 elections.
Jobbik candidate Oszkar Juhasz won the mayoral election held in Gyongyospata last Sunday, way ahead of the Fidesz-supported opponent.
Jobbik condemns and despises the Simon Wiesenthal Centre for its Sunday morning disrespectful statement issued over the death of the 98 year old Sándor Képíró who was sued for war crimes...
Recent weeks have seen a growing number of articles, lengthy reports and analyses of the international media concerned about ethnic violence in Hungary...
The press and much of the public think of the national radical side as a homophobic, xenophobe group, which is entirely insensitive towards various races.