Vona: Viktor Orban is bound to fall, it’s only a matter of time

“Jobbik has the biggest chance to defeat the Orbán government in 2018, whose lack of credibility should be outweighed by credibility”, Gábor Vona, the chairman and prime minister candidate of Jobbik said at a press conference for foreign journalists on Monday morning in Budapest. Continue reading “Vona: Viktor Orban is bound to fall, it’s only a matter of time”

Gyöngyösi: International Cooperation Needed To Fight Wage Inequalities!

In its Tuesday’s plenary session, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) had a debate on the report called “The struggle against wage inequalities as a means to promote social cohesion and economic development”. Jobbik MP Márton Gyöngyösi also held a speech in the discussion. Continue reading “Gyöngyösi: International Cooperation Needed To Fight Wage Inequalities!”

Poland’s Solidarity80 believes western europe will take notice of wage union initiative

It will be difficult to promote the wage union concept in the EU’s bureaucracy, but Western European trade unions and workers’ associations may as well support it. On the other hand, the interests of multinational companies are contrary to the citizens’ initiative launched in Budapest on 14th March, says Zbigniew Saganski, an advisor for the board of Poland’s Solidarity80 trade union in his interview for Alfahir.hu portal. Continue reading “Poland’s Solidarity80 believes western europe will take notice of wage union initiative”

“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””

European Wage Union: Eastern Central Europe asks for fair treatment and equality

With representatives coming from eight Eastern Central European countries, i.e., Hungary, Croatia, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Latvia and Estonia, a European citizens’ initiative has been launched to achieve a European Wage Union. The declaration to that effect was adopted and signed in Hotel Kempinski, Budapest. Continue reading “European Wage Union: Eastern Central Europe asks for fair treatment and equality”