Jobbik leader Tamas Sneider, at the conservative party’s season opening event on Saturday, vowed to “fight to the end” to “eliminate the current regime” and bring about change in Hungary. Continue reading “Jobbik leader vows to ‘fight to the end’ for change”
The outcome of next year’s European Parliamentary elections will determine “whether we can build a free, liveable and predictable Hungary in a safe Europe”, the group leader of conservative Jobbik told a press conference on Saturday. Continue reading “According to opposition party Jobbik, Orban wants to drive Hungary out of the EU”
Finding the right balance between European Union and national competencies will be the number one goal for conservative opposition Jobbik after next May’s European parliamentary elections, according to the party’s election manifesto published on Tuesday.
Conservative opposition Jobbik is turning to the European Commission over the case of former Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski, Jobbik deputy leader Marton Gyongyosi told a press conference he held jointly with Adam Mirkoczki, the (Jobbik) head of parliament’s national security committee, on Wednesday. Continue reading “Jobbik: Gruevski case raises countless questions”
No dictum or indictment by the European Parliament will cause the Hungarian government to change its policy on migration, Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said on Wednesday in a parliamentary debate held in light of the EP’s approval of the Sargentini report. Continue reading “Gulyas: Hungary won’t change its migration policy”
Group leaders of Hungary’s opposition parties on Monday slammed Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s speech opening the autumn session of parliament, accusing him of misrepresenting the Sargentini report approved in the European Parliament last week and of ignoring Hungary’s real problems. Continue reading “Opposition slams Orban’s speech”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been introducing the main goals of his policy at the Balvanyos Summer Open University and Student Camp (Tusvanyos) for years. Marton Gyongyosi, deputy chairman and group leader of Jobbik reacted to this on his Facebook page. According to him, the Hungarian prime minister’s “cultural fight is not European and not Hungarian”, and instead of his system that constantly creates conflicts, Hungary and Europe needs “predictable daily life and plannable future”. Continue reading ““The mistakes of the Western liberal intellectuals should be battled by the real Europe, not by Eastern despotism””