“We are not worse than Western people”

The representatives of eight Eastern Central European countries, Hungary, Croatia, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Latvia and Estonia launched a citizens’ initiative for a European wage union at the conference held in Budapest’s Hotel Kempinski on Tuesday. As a signatory of the declaration, Mihail Petrov, the president of Bulgaria’s VMRO BND Youth Platform told us that Eastern Central European people were not second-class citizens of the European Union and they deserved better living conditions. Continue reading ““We are not worse than Western people””