Jobbik in EU Wage union instead of double talk
Yesterday’s debate in Brussels was yet another clear evidence that the Orbán-led Fidesz only represents Hungarian people’s interests in words, but it ignores the truly important issues
Jobbik in EU Reaction to Viktor Orbán’s farce in Brussels
Orbán’s performance in Brussels today was a classic example of a political mishmash of double talk, prevarication and irresponsibility
In the CoE Gyöngyösi: International cooperation needed to fight wage inequalities
Although the European Union does have a cohesion policy specifically aiming to promote integration, the billions allocated to this purpose are not invested into a true integration
Jobbik in Hungary Soros scandal may backfire: Jobbik to look into funding received by any state leaders since 1989
The reason why such a legislation is needed is because politicians should be subjected to the same kind of transparency requirements as the various non-governmental organizations
Jobbik in Hungary Victory! Fidesz has retreated and withdrawn its abominable bill designed to reduce Hungarian workers to wage slaves!
After its victory in the 2018 elections, Jobbik will radically eliminate the dogmas of extreme liberalism, predatory capitalism and market fundamentalism
Jobbik in Hungary Is this civic virtue?
Jobbik presses charges against Fidesz vandalizing the party's posters
Jobbik in Hungary Enough of Hungarian economic policies based on slave laws and low wages!
As the chairman of Jobbik’s committee on business development, Dániel Z. Kárpát summoned a meeting of trade unions concerning the party’s initiative for a European wage union
Hungarian Across Borders Jobbik stands for Hungarians in Transylvania and Partium
The Hungarian People’s Party of Transylvania held its 5th general assembly meeting today and the event was attended by Jobbik’s spokesman István Apáti
Jobbik in Hungary Minister of State claims it is illegal to reveal how many Fidesz leaders got money from George Soros
Gábor Vona submitted a written question to the Prime Minister, asking how many members of the current government administration had received money from sources related to Soros
Jobbik in Hungary Now we know which ministers dread being held accountable
Szávay: Some government ministers do not seem to be afraid of transparency