Hungary’s Jobbik party is attempting to change the way it is viewed by its constituents as it heads into the upcoming general election this Sunday.
Known for its anti-Semitic and anti-Roma dogma, the party’s campaign posters have taken to a softer, more modern appearance.
The party’s sudden rebranding is an attempt to rid itself of its far-right image, thereby becoming more attractive in the eyes of the younger voting population.
In the 2010 elections, Jobbik won roughly 17 percent of the vote. Current polls suggest a similar result will be achieved this Sunday, with current PM Orban’s Fidesz party remaining in the lead.