György Gyula Zagyva

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György Gyula Zagyva
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Born (1976-05-18) May 18, 1976 (age 41)
Eger, Hungary
Nationality Hungarian
Occupation politician
Political party MIÉP, Jobbik

György Gyula Zagyva (born 18 May 1976) is a Hungarian politician and member of the National Assembly of Hungary. Zagyva was the leader of the 64 Counties Youth Movement, a Hungarian extreme right-wing youth organization. He is also a member of the Jobbik party and a representative of the Hungarian Parliament.

Previously, he was struck again and again as disseminators of right-wing ideas and attacks against minorities in Hungary. In 2002 Zagyva learned to know the 64 counties, since 2003, he was vice president. In 2006 he took over the leadership of László Toroczkai, which still remained honorary president of the organization.

Since 2009, it is him and several other members of the 64 counties for two years forbidden to enter Serbian territory. This was due to their activities in Vojvodina, a Serbian province, home to many Hungarians. The organization had called on the Hungarian minority to oppose Serbia and Hungarian children sent to school supplies.[citation needed]

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