Jobbik in the Europe
“You can say that these inequalities are among the greatest threats to our stability”
The European Citizens' Initiative was introduced in Slovenia yesterday, and our neighbours started collecting statements of support for reducing the EU's East-West wage gap.
Béla Kovács posted on his Facebook page that he was no longer a member of Jobbik.
Contrary to all promises, the gap between the core and the peripheral states, including Hungary, will continue to open wider and wider.
Fidesz MPs voted against the Parliament running a debate on Jobbik’s motion submitted by Gábor Vona, Márton Gyöngyösi and István Szávay.
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.