In an open letter to Manfred Weber, the executive vice-president of Jobbik asked the EPP’s Spitzenkandidat, whether he had “noticed the Hungarian government’s attempts to smear its opponents through defamation and fake news,” when he was praising Viktor Orban in an interview a year ago. Continue reading “Gyongyosi’s open letter to Weber”
According to the vice-president and EP top candidate of Jobbik, Hungarians should support Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, because he understands correctly the problems and challenges of the continent and the EU, while the Orban government is pushing closer to a dictatorial system. Continue reading “Hungarian opposition EP top candidate: We have to support Chancellor Kurz’s plans”
“When your closest allies and friends turn their back on you it’s time to stop and think,” Jobbik’s executive vice-president Marton Gyongyosi tweeted in reply on Saturday to Judit Varga, the state secretary for EU relations. Continue reading “Gyongyosi to Varga: Communism is over”
“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”
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.