Jobbik in Hungary
Mr Orbán was “unable to step out of his little world of obsessions” even though he could certainly benefit from supporting the wage union
Jobbik’s leaders meet National Federation of Workers’ Councils and “LIGA” Democratic League of Independent Trade Unions
In this Jobbik-initiated meeting, the leaders of the two trade union federations were given an insight into Jobbik’s project aiming at a European Wage Union
Of all Hungarian parties, Jobbik has the best chance to replace the Orbán government in 2018
Fidesz pockets profit from residency bond business and leaves terrorism threat for the nation to handle
Jobbik refuses to keep silent
"The party’s wage union initiative has launched a historic struggle for higher wages and more competitive Hungarian enterprises"
Reaction to the Socialist Party’s conference: MSZP is unable to reform or cleanse the Hungarian political life
The Socialists and the Liberals, who are obsessed with their petty internal fights, cannot and do not want to replace Fidesz in 2018.
The national people’s party held its Assembly meeting yesterday
Fidesz keeps issuing press releases with condolences but fail to say anything when they could make a difference
On Tuesday, Hungarian pro-government MPs were given yet another chance to respond to the risks of 21st-century immigration but they failed to use it
Gábor Vona was interviewed by ATV’s “Straight Talk” show, with the issue of the wage union in focus.
In his Monday’s press conference Dániel Z. Kárpát said that the brain drain of our youth had upset the social security and pension system