The President of the Republic also obeyed the command of foreign big business and signed the slavery act into law.
The Hungarian Industrial Association hosted a roundtable meeting of several opposition parties and trade unions to coordinate their plans.
Jobbik in Hungary We reject wage slavery and we want freedom for Hungarian workers!
As a socially sensitive national people’s party, Jobbik believes that labour is a key organizing force of our society.
Jobbik in Hungary Ádám Mirkóczki: Opposition begins coordination, new developments expected on Monday
Mr Mirkóczki also emphasized that Jobbik fully supported the protests and the demonstrators, and was ready to use all legal means to help them.
Jobbik in EU Jobbik presents EP election programme to international media
Jobbik aims for a more seamlessly functioning European Union while creating a more democratic and free Hungary; a country which ensures security and predictability in the daily lives of its citizens.
Jobbik’s president was among the protesters in Budapest’s Kossuth Square
Jobbik in Hungary Márton Gyöngyösi: Slavery act is unconstitutional and was passed by breaking the Parliament's house rules
Hungary’s opposition parties held a joint press conference and condemned the pro-government majority for passing the slavery act in Parliament.
Jobbik in Hungary "Viktor Orbán is a psycho"
Jobbik MPs turn to President Áder
Jobbik calls for a referendum to let workers express their opinion on the slavery act imposed on them by Fidesz-Christian Democrats.
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik says slavery law madness can be stopped at the Constitutional Court or even the Presidential Palace
“Every employee shall have the right to working conditions which respect his or her health, safety and dignity”