Hungary's political parties believe that Jobbik hadn't changed over the years
MEPs of the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrats welcomed Járóka as being the first Roma to be appointed to the post
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The Orbán government has over the past seven years kept wages low, destroyed education and health care and sunk deep in corruption - said Bernadett Szél, the prime ministerial candidate of LMP
Fidesz's congress was held on Sunday
Another protest against the Paks project
The visit served to further boost bilateral relations
"We have an interest in the steady continuation of the process that began after 2010"
Hollik said the entire reform proposal had "the Soros plan and the influence of Soros organisations on Brussels written all over it".
The NVB also rejected a referendum initiative on giving men with 42 years of health insurance coverage the option of early retirement.
The latest survey by Medián
The Democratic Coalition launches a signature drive
#Lawmakers will also vote on amendment proposals by the government to improve competitiveness and changes that will affect the handling of #migration
Imported Chinese honey of often dubious origin is causing Hungarian and other European beekeepers a headache
Support for the Socialists dropped by a percentage point, to 5 percent #Hungaryelection2018
Jobbik's International Press Conference - Gábor Vona, chairman of Jobbik analysed current political situation and declared that Jobbik is ready to govern Hungary
Németh said it was "surprising" that opposition politicians, including Molnár, had stood up for the church in the past.
"Under the effective law, individual candidates failing to canvas 2 percent of votes have to pay back the 1 million forint (EUR 3,231) received for their campaign" - Gergely Gulyás (#Fidesz) #HungaryElection2018
"I no longer care about what separates us, but rather the things that bind us together" - Vona
"#Jobbik made it clear already at the beginning of the #migrant wave that they would not accept any refugee settlement quota"