World Federation of Hungarians and Jobbik joining forces

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Miklós Patrubány, the president of the World Federation of Hungarians and Gábor Vona, the president of Jobbik held a news conference in the “Nemzeti Kávéház”. Tamás Gaudi Nagy from Jobbik and Gergely György Gyetvay, the chief of the MVSZ Budapest branch were also at the meeting.

Miklós Patrubány presented Vona with a proposal called “Magyar Nemzeti Minimum – 2010” that is part of the "A Fordulat avagy Az erkölcs mindenek felett" plan the World Federation of Hungarians will release to the public, on March 15.

Miklós Patrubány said Jobbik was the only party with a solid reconstruction plan that has been outlined in the program called “Radikális változás”. He also thanked Vona for supporting the idea of reinstating fiscal aid for the World Federation of Hungarians that the Fidesz government cut off eight years ago.

Gábor Vona said it was natural that both organizations have similar approaches on national issues. He said cutting off fiscal aid for the World Federation of Hungarians was scandalous. In parliament, Jobbik will introduce a bill for the reinstatement of financial support for the federation.

Tamás Gaudi Nagy said it would be his personal project to bring the World Federation of Hungarians back to the mainstream. Jobbik too, is determined to restore citizenship for all Hungarians living in the Carpathian basin.

Jobbik and the World Federation of Hungarians have similar views on many issues. Both of them wants to remove the Soviet monument from the Szabadsag Square and restore the area to its original state with the Hungarian state flag in the middle. Also they are supporting the erection of a new Independence monument.

Gergely György Gyetvay sent a message to all Hungarians, on both sides of the border; he said the two organizations joined forced because their outlook is similar on most issues. Jobbik is the only party on the political palette with credibility. The two forces stand shoulder to shoulder to show directions to Hungarians said Gyetvay.

Tamás Gaudi Nagy was a member of the World Federation of Hungarians before, but left the organization because of personal differences. Now, he returned with Miklós Patrubány's blessing who accepted him as a full fledged ally.

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