Jobbik in the Europe
How long will this burning and pressing wage and income gap persist between Western and Central Eastern EU member states? MEP Morvai asked in the European Parliament.
Fidesz represented nothing but its own interests instead of the nation and our community
Eastern Central European countries are finally talking about something that connects rather than divides them
Hungarian website Alfahír talked with Jobbik’s president Gábor Vona and MP Márton Gyöngyösi after their meeting with the representatives of VMRO in Sofia on 10th July
Vona: “We believe we can create a Europe where we, Eastern Central European nations can feel good, too”
Jobbik is fully dedicated to keeping the Hungarian public informed of the events known as the Bloody Sunday of Volhynia
The Hungarian community living in Slovakia is also working for getting the principle of “equal wages for equal work” included in the EU Treaties as a fundamental right for citizens
We are glad that, along with European Wage Union, another European Citizens’ Initiative has just been launched that can ensure a better life for millions of Hungarian people
While Viktor Orbán fights Brussels and puts Hungary in an unfavourable international situation, Jobbik has found the way to bridging the gap between western and eastern EU states
All the three representatives of Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary rejected the motion in general and we of course voted against launching Article 7 in particular, too
Breaking news: the European Commission has registered Jobbik’s initiative for a wage union, which means that the collection of signatures may begin.