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November 14, 2019
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Romania has a place in Jobbik programme

The Jobbik leader who scored an impressive success in last Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Hungary promised his fellow nationals to have “a very spectacular and distinct policy.” His “ruling programme” includes the ethnic Hungarians living in Romania, for whom far-right leader Vona Gabor will demand Hungarian citizenship, according to Adevarul newspaper. “We started from zero and now we have almost one million people who voted for us. I believe this can be certainly seen as an exceptional result, especially as it is giving hopes for the future, because we are on the rise,” Vona believes. “In this part of the country, Jobbik has become the second power. It also started to grow across the Danube,” Gabor Vona said on Duna TV.


Election winner Fidesz, led by Viktor Orban, has its own agenda concerning the rights of Hungarians living abroad. “Orban and his people are closer to the hearts of people living in Ardeal than the Socialists and Liberals who took the neighbouring country near collapse,” Gandul newspaper quotes the leader of the Hungarian Civic Party of Romania, Szasz Jeno as saying.

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