Jobbik in Hungary Let the thieves pay!
Gábor Vona says the policy of envy will bring nothing but hatred
Jobbik in Hungary Each ministry must declare how much they paid Fidesz' fake NGOs
Jobbik is convinced that hundred millions of taxpayers’ money were channelled to CÖF so that they could organize rallies in support of the government
Jobbik in Hungary Orbán has no intention to bring home youth driven away from Hungary
Just like the ocean in one drop, the failure of the“Start a business home, youth!” programme shows the true face of Orbánism
Jobbik in Hungary Habony loses to Jobbik in court
Árpád Habony, the operator of Fidesz’ lying lackey media wanted to remove Jobbik’s billboards from the street
Jobbik in Hungary Fidesz agents badly busted
After the change of government in 2018, Jobbik will hold accountable all Hungarian agencies with obscure and blatantly wasteful operation as well as the corrupt Fidesz politicians hiring them
Jobbik in Hungary PM Orbán harshly confronted with hard facts on low Hungarian living standards
Jobbik MP Márton Gyöngyösi posed a question to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and confronted him with the hard facts on how we live here in the allegedly so booming Hungary
Jobbik in Hungary "So it is done" - Fidesz-Christian Democrats still refuse to ban migrant allocation to Hungary
The government’s majority once again prevented the Parliament from amending the Constitution to block any form of migrant allocation. Fidesz-KDNP MPs have been quite consistent in that
Jobbik in Hungary Volner: Orbán lied, he failed to protect the Hungarian land
Fidesz was not better than its predecessors, as a matter of fact, even the Socialists and the Free Democrats refrained from privatizing lands
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik wants government to come clean: Neither poor nor rich, neither young nor old migrants!
Jobbik’s spokesman Ádám Mirkóczki said that Hungary needed a Constitutional amendment to clearly exclude the option of letting migrants in Hungary
Jobbik in EU French presidential election shows demand for reform
The outcome of the French presidential election is yet another sign that the political forces of the 20th century are no longer able to cope with modern challenges