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Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Jobbik leader to wear banned Gárda outfit in parliment (Hungary)

Jobbik leader Gábor Vona will wear the black vest and white shirt of the banned Magyar Gárda paramilitary organisation at the inaugural session of Parliament, he told Socialist chairwoman Ildikó Lendvai at a meeting of the parliamentary parties on Tuesday.

Vona said he will wear the black vest in solidarity with those" who were impeded undemocratically" by the previous government. Vona said he will be the only Jobbik MP to wear the black vest.

Deputy chairman Zoltán Balczó said Jobbik MPs will take the oath of office at the royal crown in the Parliament building on Friday.
Socialist caucus leader Attila Mesterházy said "Hungary is not a monarchy but a republic, for the time being" and oaths should be taken where determined by regulations.