Jobbik in Europe
Meeting in a conference, economists, professors, experts, MEPs and trade union leaders discussed such issues as the income gap in the EU
If the wage gap between western and eastern EU member states remains, Europe may eventually split up.
Jobbik fully supports the European Pillar of Social Rights
Romanian committee member of the Wage Union Dragoş Tîrnoveanu talked to Alfahír.hu
As a commitment in his series of 18 election pledges, Gábor Vona already announced that his party submitted a motion to establish a permanent joint PA for the V4.
It is time for Hungarians and Romanians to join their forces so that their youth could make ends meet in their own homelands.
Jobbik wants to bring this cooperation closer to the people by setting up a permanent joint parliamentary assembly of Visegrad Group countries.
This is a Facebook post by István Szávay, the chairman of Jobbik’s National Policy Cabinet
As shown by the example of South Tyrol, wage union and autonomy are vital for integrating Central Europe
In the past two days, we met with the leaders of the South Tyrol Autonomous Province in Bozen/Bolzano, Italy.
Croatia is gravely affected by the emigration driven by the low wages, too. The country’s less developed Eastern regions become emptier day by day