According to Jobbik’s official site, many people make minimum wage, in Hungary and Poland alike. Just like here in Hungary, Tesco workers are fighting for higher wages in Poland, too. The Gliwice (city in Southern Poland) leader of Tesco trade unions signed for the European Initiative for a Wage Union.
Talking to Hungarian N1TV in Poland, Trade Union Solidarity 80’s Tesco leader Ewa Manasterska said they were fighting for more equal wages and better work conditions, which were in line with the Wage Union initiative launched by Jobbik.
Jobbik MP Ádám Mirkóczki was in Gliwice as well, talking about how Polish and Hungarian Tesco employees had common problems but more and more people’s eyes were opening up and the European Union would soon need to take notice, too.
As we wrote few weeks ago, Jobbik leader Gábor Vona had speech on the Economic Forum in Krynica, in southern Poland. We have a wage union and an integrated Europe, or Europe will remain two-speed for a while and finally fall apart, he said in Krynica.
Source: Press release – Jobbik