Tamás Gergő Samu

Versions of names: Гергьо Тамаш Саму, Гергьо Тамаш Шаму

Tamás Gergő Samu is a Hungarian politician, previously a member of the Jobbik party (formerly a far-right party, now center-right). He became a Member of the European Committee of the Regions in 2015 and a Member of the County Assembly of Bekes in 2014. Following his participation in the fake observation mission in the unrecognised Lugansk People's Republic, he was deprived of all positions by the Jobbik party leadership.


Individual observers at the 2018 general elections in the unrecognised Lugansk People’s Republic


Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom / Movement for a Better Hungary

Member of the regional parliament of Békés

Official function: Institutional affiliation to the European Committee of the Regions

Corresponding elections

On 11 November 2018, the so-called Lugansk People’s Republic, located within the internationally recognised borders of Ukraine, held “elections” to elect a head of the “republic” and members of its “parliament”. The overwhelming majority of the world’s nations does not recognise the sovereignty of the Lugansk People’s Republic, while international institutions such as the OSCE ODIHR considered “elections” there as illegitimate and did not send international election observers there.