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A rally by Hungary’s far-right Jobbik party, the third largest in the country’s parliament, has been held in Budapest despite government efforts to ban it because of its anti-Semitic nature.
Dutch NOS TV reports today that Geert Wilders, leader of the xenophobic PVV party, says that he has found enough members of the European parliament wiling to coöperate with him to found an official extreme right caucus.
At the moment, the PVV cooperates in the European parliament with Marine Le Pen‘s neo-fascist National Front, the Vlaams Belang from Belgium, the Lega Nord from Italy, and the Austrian neo-nazi FPÖ (the party of the late Jörg Haider). That is MEPs from five countries. However, to form an official European parliament caucus, getting much more European Union money, one needs MEPs from at least seven countries.
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