Auschwitz ‘May Not Reflect Real Facts’ Says Hungary’s Far-Right Jobbik MP - IBTimes UK
An MP for the ultra-far right Jobbik party in Hungary has said that the Auschwitz concentration camp museum “may not reflect real facts”.
During a discussion in parliament over a proposal to facilitate visits by teenagers to the former Nazi camp in Poland, Tamas Gaudi-Nagy said schools should not be “forced to take up such an expensive venture” for a site whose historical accuracy is, he believes, doubtful.
Jobbik is Hungary’s third largest party and won 17 percent of the vote in the last elections (2010) with an anti-Semitic, anti-EU and anti-Roma agenda. Hungary has one of the largest Jewish populations in the EU.