Hungarian National Front

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Hungarian National Front

Magyar Nemzeti Arcvonal
LeaderIstván Győrkös
Deputy LeaderIstván Győrkös, Jr.
Founded1989 (1989)
DissolvedDecember 2016 (2016-12)[1]
HeadquartersGyőr, Hungary
NewspaperÚj Rend
Jövőnk
Hídfő
IdeologyHungarism
Neo-Nazism
Political positionFar-right

The Hungarian National Front (Hungarian: Magyar Nemzeti Arcvonal; MNA) was a far-right Hungarist and neo-Nazi paramilitary movement, founded in 1989 by István Győrkös as Hungarian National Socialist Action Group (Hungarian: Magyar Nemzetiszocialista Akciócsoport; also abbreviated MNA). The organization adopted its current name on 29 November 1992, after a court ruled to ban National Socialist name and symbols.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Szemán, László János (8 December 2017). "Felszámolták a szélsőséges hungarista szervezetet". Magyar Idők (in Hungarian). Retrieved 16 January 2017.
  2. ^ "Visszahúzódó, tisztelettudó, amúgy újnyilas" (in Hungarian). Heti Világgazdaság. 2016-10-26. Retrieved 2016-10-27.