Jobbik’s ex-president admits: Orban knows the Hungarian society better

Gabor Vona, the former chairman of the right-wing, conservative opposition party Jobbik held a public lecture at the event of his party’s youth organisation in Keszthely. It was the first time he spoke about political topics since the elections on April 8 and his resignation. Hungarian news site Azonnali.hu was the first to report about the lecture. Continue reading “Jobbik’s ex-president admits: Orban knows the Hungarian society better”

Vona: Jobbik would make Hungary a stabilising, not a destabilising force

The general elections on April 8 are not only about the next four years, it will determine Hungary’s future for at least two generations, the strongest opposition party’s chairman and prime ministerial candidate, Gabor Vona told a press conference in Gyongyos. According to the politician, Jobbik’s victory depends on the voter turnout. Continue reading “Vona: Jobbik would make Hungary a stabilising, not a destabilising force”

Jobbik’s leader would call corrupt Fidesz-politicians to account

It’s outrageous that after eight years of being in power, the government can only speak about George Soros, instead of the the situation of the health care, emigration, the state of roads, the situation of wages, education, the Northern Hungarian region, Gabor Vona, Jobbik’s prime ministerial candidate said in the Northern Hungarian city of Ozd. Continue reading “Jobbik’s leader would call corrupt Fidesz-politicians to account”