Jobbik in Hungary
Despite the positive macro-economic indicators, Hungary’s competitiveness has not improved in recent years.
The European Parliamentary elections will decide if we allow Viktor Orbán to lead Hungary out of the European Union, said Jobbik’s vice president Tibor Bana in his press conference on Thursday.
The labour shortage problem should be solved by offering higher wages to bring back Hungarian workers from Western Europe rather than settling 86 thousand immigrants in Hungary.
In his Budapest press conference, Jobbik spokesman György Szilágyi announced the decision of the party’s extraordinary congress on the future of the largest opposition force in Hungary.
If the Fidesz-delegated members of the committee turn down our motion, we will consider their action an open admission that Fidesz uses the SAO as a tool to bleed out the opposition.
Jobbik is indignant to hear about the latest step in the government’s series of attacks on the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Facebook post of Márton Gyöngyösi
Facebook post of Jobbik MP Péter Jakab
Jobbik believes that, instead of settling immigrants here, Hungary’s labour shortage issues should be solved through raising wages and bringing home the Hungarian workers who were driven away.
Márton Gyöngyösi's post on Facebook