2010. április 12., hétfő

Aki Madridból okos

Dora Szepeshazy, 24, an unemployed accountant who moved to Madrid to work at McDonald’s and came back to vote Sunday, said she had been drawn to Jobbik as a protest against the country’s economic mismanagement.

“I am so fed up with the situation in Hungary, that we have become the worst economy in Europe, and I think Jobbik can help restore order,” she said outside her family’s house in Gyongyos, an agricultural town in the north that is also home to Mr. Vona’s constituency.

“Many people have lost jobs here, and I am fed up feeling abused by the Roma, who have children in order to get social benefits and sponge off the state,” she added.

Alapítson inkább pártot Spanyolországban a bornírtságainak.