Jobbik Elects Moderate as Party Chief

The formerly far-right Jobbik party (which has worked to distance itself from its racist, anti-Semitic past) has elected as leader Tamás Sneider, seen as the more moderate of the two candidates to head the party. Sneider garnered 298 votes, or 54%, of the party’s 556 delegates, party spokesman Ádám Mirkóczki said on the sidelines of Saturday’s congress. … Continue reading Jobbik Elects Moderate as Party Chief