|Deputy President||Dóra Dúró|
|Vice Presidents||István Apáti |
|General Secretary||István Szabadi|
|Founded||23 June 2018|
|Registered||20 August 2018|
|Headquarters||1085 Budapest, József krt. 43.|
|Youth wing||Youth of Our Homeland|
|Paramilitary wing||Nemzeti Légió|
Magyar Önvédelmi Mozgalom
|National affiliation||Mi Hazánk–FKgP|
|Slogan||Igazságot Magyarországnak! |
(transl. Justice for Hungary!)
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Our Homeland Movement (Hungarian: Mi Hazánk Mozgalom) is a Hungarian far-right political party founded by Ásotthalom mayor and former Jobbik Vice-President László Toroczkai and other Jobbik dissidents that left the organization after the party's leadership moved away from its radical beginnings.
On 14 October 2018, the party's politicians announced the party would organize a youth wing. On November 7, 2018, László Toroczkai announced to the media that 3 former Jobbik politicians, István Apáti, Erik Fülöp and János Volner joined his political party. János Volner later left.
In early 2019, the party made an alliance with the right-wing Hungarian Justice and Life Party and the agrarian Independent Smallholders, Agrarian Workers and Civic Party.
In May 2019, it was announced the party would be forming the National Legion, a uniformed 'self-defense' group similar to Magyar Gárda, the paramilitary wing Jobbik, which was banned in 2009.
In 2019 local elections, the party won 8 seats in counties' assemblies.
In 2022 parliamentary elections, the party surpassed the 5% threshold to enter parliament, winning 6 seats and forming the second largest faction in the Hungarian Parliament.
Although the party identifies itself as a "third way" party, opposing the policies of both the left-wing opposition and the right-wing governing party Fidesz, Our Homeland Movement and its ideologies have been described as far-right and extremist, and even as neo-fascist by the European Roma Rights Centre. The party supports the segregation of Hungarian and Roma pupils in educational institutions.
The party strongly opposes LGBT rights. After the release of a children's book, Meseország mindenkié, which features LGBT members and ethnic minorities as characters, the Deputy President of the party, Dóra Dúró, proceeded to call the book "homosexual propaganda" on a press conference, and promptly ripping the pages out of the book and then shredding them. The move caused significant controversy and garnered international attention. On the Budapest Pride website, the party has been described as neo-nazi and Orbán-friendly.
In an interview to Mandiner, party leader László Toroczkai described MHM as "a unique green party in Europe", stating that "we are unwilling to accept that only anti-social and anti-human liberal parties can be green parties. We think that those who do not want to protect our environment, our forests, our beautiful Great Plain, Lake Balaton, our rivers cannot really love their homeland". Thus, the party is sometimes referred to as supporting some form of green conservatism.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the party has protested lockdown measures set in place by the government, accusing them of "inciting panic" and ruining the country. The party also promotes vaccine hesitancy, launching a petition against using COVID-vaccines on children aged 12–15.
The party supports the reintroduction of the death penalty, and conscription.
|Image||Name||Entered office||Left office||Length of Leadership|
|1||László Toroczkai||23 June 2018||present||3 years, 11 months and 28 days|
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Mayoral, the last elections was in 2019: