Jobbik protests move to Budapest by Russian bank

Citing a threat to national security, the opposition Jobbik party is protesting against plans to move the Russia-based International Investment Bank’s (IIB) headquarters to Budapest, saying that Russia would be setting up a “nest of spies” in the country with support of Hungary’s prime minister and government. Continue reading “Jobbik protests move to Budapest by Russian bank”

Jobbik: Orban to take Hungary out of EU

Conservative opposition Jobbik said on Thursday that what’s at stake at the European parliamentary elections this May is “whether we allow Prime Minister Viktor Orban to steer Hungary out of the European Union”. <!–more–> Deputy party leader Tibor Bana told a press conference that recent government measures, such as the approval of the Moscow-based International Investment Bank’s move to Hungary, show that Orban would sacrifice … Continue reading Jobbik: Orban to take Hungary out of EU

Message to Swedish minister Annika Strandhall from Hungary’s strongest opposition party

“With such different backgrounds, I believe it’s only natural that we cannot agree on everything and we don’t need to,” Jobbik’s group leader and deputy chairman, Marton Gyongyosi wrote in his open letter, after a diplomatic conflict evolved between Hungary and Sweden. Continue reading “Message to Swedish minister Annika Strandhall from Hungary’s strongest opposition party”