Jobbik in Hungary Gábor Vona accepts Student Parliament’s invitation and attends debate of Prime Minister Candidates
Alfahír asked Jobbik MP Dóra Dúró about the event.
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik outraged by Fidesz decorating former Communist secret police informants
Fidesz refuses to put the investigation of Communist secret police files on the Parliament’s agenda; the governing party already blocks the motion in the preliminary committee meetings.
Jobbik in Hungary MTI Hungarian News Agency fails to report Fidesz’ corrupt dealings
Press release of Jobbik MP György Szilágyi
Jobbik in Hungary Szilárd Németh inadvertently debunks myth of utility fee cuts
Németh yet again echoed the Bolshevik times when he threatened E-ON that if the company sells gas at a lower price than the national gas supplier, it will be considered as an interference with the upc
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik turns to court on account of SAO’s show trial
Although the SAO pressed charges against Jobbik, the Public Prosecution Service has recently dropped the case and clearly stated that the party committed no violation of the law.
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik receives harsh punishment for what Fidesz gets away with
Even though Fidesz has obliged all political parties to pay the highest possible list price for outdoor media, the governing party still leased around a thousand outdoor media surfaces at last year’s
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik invites students for discussion
Contrary to the practice of the current Hungarian government, Jobbik is willing to consider students’ input as to how they would reform the education system.
Jobbik in EU "It's an all-Hungarian cause"
Gábor Vona endorses Minority SafePack
Jobbik in Hungary "Should we let a corrupt scoundrel lead Hungary?
What was just a strong suspicion before is now a fact: Hungary’s Prime Minister is involved, together with his family, in a series of corruption and fraud cases causing damage to Hungary
Jobbik in Hungary Public prosecutor calls State Audit Office's bluff: Jobbik committed no unlawful act
Jobbik demands apology and new audit