- 7 Apr 2014 4:30 AM
Vona said that in his constituency in Gyöngyös he fell behind the winning candidate only by a few hundred votes but in this constituency “Roma people were being transported” to the polls, which he described as “legal but morally objectionable.”
“I acknowledge the result but do not consider it fair,” he added. Commenting on the upcoming European parliamentary election, he said Krisztina Morvai would head Jobbik’s list but the other candidates have not yet been chosen. Jobbik’s aim is to get Hungary’s EU accession treaty amended.
He said the party wanted to change current European policies targeting ever-closer union to a “Europe of nations” together with MEPs from other member states.
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