Hungary’s ultra-nationalist Jobbik party cannot be described as “far-right” by broadcasters according to a controversial ruling by the country’s top court.
The supreme court stated that commercial TV channel ATV breached the law when it called Jobbik a “parliamentary far-right party” in 2012 because it expressed an opinion and not a well-known fact.
Jobbik said ATV violated the statutory ban on opinionated news commentary. The media regulatory bodies took side with Jobbik against the TV channel, who nonetheless won in a lower court.
Source (English language): http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/hungary-court-forbids-calling-jobbik-far-right-1451532,