Jobbik welcomes plan to set up European Labour Authority
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary welcomes European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility Marianne Thyssen’s plan to set up a European Labour Authority and hopes that the authority to represent the interests of European, including Hungarian workers will be established as soon as possible. This move seems to accomplish a key objective of the Jobbik-launched European Citizens’ Initiative for eliminating the legal and pay inequalities among European workers. The European Union finds it an important and pressing issue to address the problems of European workers at the highest executive levels.
Typically enough, while European politicians tend to recognize the need for labour law regulations impacting millions of citizens, the Hungarian government, which loudly proclaims a freedom fight, still intends Hungarian workers to remain in the wage slavery determined by low salaries and being semi-skilled workers in Western-owned assembly plants.
Going on the path set out by the European Citizens’ Initiative for a Wage Union, Jobbik continues to work on helping Hungary become a truly successful, European and free country, which requires guaranteeing equal rights for Hungarian workers regardless if they are employed domestically or abroad.
Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary