Dóra Dúró

Dóra Dúró (born 5 March 1987) is a Hungarian politician and former spokesperson of the far-right[1] nationalist political party, Our Home Movement.

Dóra Dúró
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Dóra Dúró in 2015
Member of the National Assembly
Assumed office
14 May 2010
Personal details
Born (1987-03-05) March 5, 1987 (age 33)
Szentes, Hungary
Political partyJobbik (2005-2018)
Our Homeland Movement (2018-present)
Spouse(s)Előd Novák
  • Hunóra Kincső
  • Bottyán János
  • Nimród Nándor
  • Zente Levente
Alma materEötvös Loránd University

After the 2010 elections, she was elected to the National Assembly of Hungary. Assuming office at the age of 23, she was the youngest member of the Országgyűlés until 2018. Her husband is Előd Novák, the former deputy leader of Jobbik.

In 2018, after her expulsion from Jobbik, she joined László Toroczkai's new party Our Home Movement and became the party's single MP.[2]

Personal lifeEdit

She is married to Előd Novák. They have a daughter, Hunóra Kincső and three sons, Bottyán János, Nimród Nándor and Zente Levente.[3]


She was born in Szentes. Her father was a veterinarian and her mother was a housewife. She studied in Csépa, Döbrököz and Dombóvár. She graduated from the Illyés Gyula Grammar School in Dombóvár and later studied political science at the University of Budapest, where she received a doctorate degree. She knows English and German on an intermediate level and Italian on a conversational level.


  1. ^ Leigh Phillips (2010-04-19). "EUobserver / A far-right for the Facebook generation: The rise and rise of Jobbik". Euobserver.com. Retrieved 2010-06-18.
  2. ^ "Brand New Far-Right Party Emerges from the Ashes of Jobbik". hungarytoday.hu. June 25, 2018.
  3. ^ "DÚRÓ DÓRA - JOBBIK - 2015-ÖS VAGYONNYILATKOZAT". vagyonkereso.hu. January 26, 2016.

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Honorary titles
Preceded by
László Nagy
Youngest sitting Member of Parliament
Succeeded by
Péter Ungár