Jobbik in Europe
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
The campaign of the European Citizens’ Initiative for a Wage Union has officially been launched in Warsaw.
Getting in government in 2018, Jobbik will develop road, railway and water transport routes as well.
Jobbik MP Ádám Mirkóczki was in Poland as well, talking about how Polish and Hungarian Tesco employees had common problems
The European Citizens’ Initiative for a Wage Union, which could become the basis of a new, fairer Europe, will provide the solution for this repeatedly raised problem.
ETUC’s General Secretary had a meeting with Márton Gyöngyösi and reacted appreciatively to the objective of the initiative for equal pay for equal work. He confirmed this in writing as well.
"Either we have a wage union and an integrated Europe, or Europe will remain two-speed for a while and finally fall apart."
Jobbik would re-submit its bill to modify the constitution in order to exclude all forms of migrant allocation