Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary is devastated by the news of the latest terrorist attack in Europe.
Jobbik in Hungary Jobbik: Hungarian government must back Wage Union initiative
In his Monday’s press conference Dániel Z. Kárpát said that the brain drain of our youth had upset the social security and pension system
Jobbik in Hungary Vona calls for Wage Union revolution but Fidesz refuses to join
In his pre-agenda speech, Gábor Vona informed the Parliament about the success of his party’s initiative
Jobbik in Hungary Vona: Wage Union may bring a new EU
Gábor Vona was interviewed by Olga Kálmán in her TV show “Talk Straight”.
Jobbik in Hungary Vona on the Wage Union: Brussels needn't be stopped but the EU's operation needs to be reformed
The “Morning News Ride” programme of Radio Lánchíd made an interview with Jobbik’s president Gábor Vona
Jobbik in Hungary But what happens if enough statements of support are collected for the Wage Union initiative?
In his in-depth interview with Radio Lánchíd, Jobbik MP Márton Gyöngyösi talked about the significance of the European Commission (EC) having registered the party’s initiative
Jobbik in Hungary Vona announces future Jobbik government to set up civil parliament
The key participants should be employers’ organizations, cultural associations, trade unions and churches as well as social and charity organizations
Jobbik in EU Jobbik takes first step to change EU
While Viktor Orbán fights Brussels and puts Hungary in an unfavourable international situation, Jobbik has found the way to bridging the gap between western and eastern EU states
In the EP Statement by Jobbik’s EP Delegation concerning the vote on the “situation in Hungary”
All the three representatives of Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary rejected the motion in general and we of course voted against launching Article 7 in particular, too
Jobbik in EU European Commission registers initiative for Wage Union
Breaking news: the European Commission has registered Jobbik’s initiative for a wage union, which means that the collection of signatures may begin.