Jobbik Party Congress re-elected current Party Leader Gábor Vona for the next two years by 80,5% of the vote and elected three new vice-presidents

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Photo: Szigetváry Zsolt / MTI

Jobbik President Gábor Vona held a press-conference after Party Congress re-elected him for the next two years and picked tree new vice-presidents.

The new vice-presidents are the ones that Vona nominated earlier for the position; he threatened if the party doesn’t elect his nominees he will veto party’s decision.

The new vice-presidents are: Dávid Janiczak, Dániel Z. Kárpát, Tamás Sneider, László Toroczkai, János Volner and Erik Fülöp.

At the pres-conference Vona announced that Jobbik has become "a national people's party"; nothing proves this better than the fact that his position on the issue is supported by the overwhelming majority of delegates.

Tomorrow we'll get up and go to bed with the aim to win the 2018 general elections he added.

The new presidency is bulletproof and destined to succeed said Vona.

Despite the result of opinion polls, people want change of government - "the country is silently screaming for change," he added.

Vona confirmed that Jobbik will never betray its program; the party still defines itself as a national radical party but it wants to represent the whole of society.

(MTI – –