The party also called on the competition office to start a procedure against Facebook due to its monopoly on social media, he added.
Novak said that in the run-up to the EP elections, Facebook was trying to thwart the party’s mobilisation efforts. He called on supporters to continue distributing information and remain active on Facebook.
Toroczkai recently offered to relinquish his immunity as a European Parliament (EP) election campaign candidate after police in Törökszentmikloó, in central Hungary, charged him for abusing the right to assembly. He said police had launched proceedings against him for, as he phrased it, helping to “put a Gypsy criminal behind bars”.
In the featured photo (on the left): Előd Novák. Photo by Noémi Bruzák/MTI