Jobbik wants to deal with real problems by wiping out corruption, restoring democracy, boosting wages and ensuring the country’s security, Gabor Vona, the radical nationalist party’s leader said on Thursday. Continue reading “Vona: We can replace Fidesz”
The real stake of the parliamentary elections in April is whether Hungary becomes an “emigrant country”, Jobbik chairman Gabor Vona said at a press conference in Kolozsvar (Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania), referring to the prime minister’s remarks that the stake is whether Hungary becomes an “immigrant country”. Continue reading “Vona: If Fidesz wins, hundreds of thousands will leave”
After the by-election in Hodmezovasarhely and before the parliamentary elections on April 8 everybody, who is interested in politics in Hungary is wondering whether the opposition parties can cooperate against the ruling Fidesz-KDNP alliance. Continue reading “Vona: Fidesz hate campaign doesn’t work”
Party leader Viktor Orban, the prime minister, tops the national list of the allied ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat (KDNP) alliance for the April 8 parliamentary election, according to the list released on Wednesday evening. Continue reading “Fidesz and Jobbik present national lists”
Jobbik’s chairman and prime ministerial candidat welcomed Emmanuel Macron’s European consultation in an open letter. Despite their political differences, Gabor Vona thinks that the French president is a 21st century politician who was able to overcome the debates of those parties who represent the 20th century, aandthat the European consultation is the real essence of democracy. In his open letter Jobbik’s prime ministerial candidate promised that after the parliamentary elections in April, with a Jobbik-government Hungary will join the European consultation. Continue reading “Jobbik’s PM candidate wrote an open letter to Emmanuel Macron”
Promising the establishment of an anti-corruption agency and a border guard as well as measures aimed at curbing emigration, the strongest opposition party, Jobbik launched its election manifesto in Budapest on Tuesday.