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Former Jobbik President Starts New Political Movement

In happy, peaceful times, it’s possible to ideologize and philosophize about the right-wing and left-wing, but when this country is consumed by the most serious livelihood crisis ever, then we shouldn’t be ideologizing or philosophizing.

-said former Jobbik President Péter Jakab, who announced in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County on Saturday that he had formed the People’s Party Movement, which he hopes to turn into a political party if it attracts enough support.

Jakab left Jobbik on August 11, but will keep his seat in Parliament as an independent representative. [444]


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