Jobbik MP Dóra Dúró wrote on Facebook that she had no choice but bring her 4 month old baby into the parliament because her babysitter was banned from entering the building due to an earlier conflict with the speaker of the house László Kövér.
In June Jobbik parliamentary group occupied the speaker's pulpit as a protest against passing the treasonous land law by the government. As a form of collective punishment the speaker of the house banned all experts and temporary workers employed by Jobbik from entering the parliament building.
In my case, the collective punishment made my job more difficult. Neither my mother nor my mother-in-law are allowed to enter the building and help me taking care of the baby that I have to breastfeed in regular intervals writes Dóra Dúró.
My son, János Bottyán Novák otherwise a very quiet baby. My colleagues often jokingly telling me that perhaps his father is not Előd (Dúro's husband Előd Novák is also a member of Jobbik's parliamentary group and one of the vice-presidents of the party. He is known to be very active and outspoken member of Jobbik parliamentary group).
Besides this my son also attends Jobbik parliamentary group meetings; luckily, the baby-friendly leadership of the party granted him permission to attend these meetings because they are absolutely confident that my son can keep a secret writes jokingly Dóra Dúró.
(alfahir.hu – hungarianambiance.com)