FILE - This file photo dated on June 7, 2009 shows Hungary's far right party, Jobbik's, Csanad Szegedi, left, and Krisztina Morvai, right, celebrating their entry into the European Parliament after the European parliamentary election in Budapest, Hungary. Szegedi, who was notorious for his incendiary comments on Jews, acknowledged in June that his grandparents on his mother's side were Jews. After resigning last month from all his party positions he was also asked by Jobbik to give up his seat in the European Parliament as well. (AP Photo/Bela Szandelszky, File)

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FILE - This file photo dated on June 7, 2009 shows Hungary's far right party, Jobbik's, Csanad Szegedi, left, and Krisztina Morvai, right, celebrating their entry into the European Parliament after the European parliamentary election in Budapest, Hungary. Szegedi, who was notorious for his incendiary comments on Jews, acknowledged in June that his grandparents on his mother's side were Jews. After resigning last month from all his party positions he was also asked by Jobbik to give up his seat in the European Parliament as well. (AP Photo/Bela Szandelszky, File)
FILE - This file photo dated on June 7, 2009 shows Hungary's far right party, Jobbik's, Csanad Szegedi, left, and Krisztina Morvai, right, celebrating their entry into the European Parliament after the European parliamentary election in Budapest, Hungary. Szegedi, who was notorious for his incendiary comments on Jews, acknowledged in June that his grandparents on his mother's side were Jews. After resigning last month from all his party positions he was also asked by Jobbik to give up his seat in the European Parliament as well. (AP Photo/Bela Szandelszky, File)
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