People and local governments don’t need “idle talk”, they need more money, the deputy head of the opposition Socialists (MSZP) said at a press conference in front of the House of Terror in Budapest on Sunday.
Imre Komjáthi said former Fidesz MEP József Szájer‘s book “Don’t Hurt the Hungarians!” is still available in the House of Terror’s webshop and called the title the “essence of Fidesz-KDNP’s sanctimonious, deceitful and feigned policy”.
He said there is not a single sentence in the book about “not hurting” the Hungarian on disability pension, pensioners or workers, or about “not signing strategic agreements with the kinds of companies that disregard the rights of Hungarian workers and unions”.
Komjáthi urged the government to hear out the recommendations of opposition politicians, unions and professional organisations, as they could really help Hungarians and families in trouble.
He said wage support for job preservation should be set at 80 percent, as in Slovakia, Romania and Austria.