The Jobbik-Conservatives visit the country’s larger settlements with a wall of truth to draw attention to the resettlement of – in their opinion – ten thousand guest workers from the Far East.
“Although the government tightened the rules at the initiative of Jobbik, the danger has not disappeared,” he declared György László Lukácsthe parliamentary faction leader of the Jobbik-Conservatives, at a press conference held at the Centrum Department Store in Miskolc on Monday.
The faction leader said that resettlement continues, companies that rely on foreign workers bring in “thousands and tens of thousands” of cheap workers who take the jobs of Hungarians. In his view, this process can be stopped, the key to which is the party’s recently launched online referendum initiative.
He drew attention to the fact that on the stopmigransmunkasok.hu page everyone can express their agreement regarding the issue of a law prohibiting the settlement of Asian and African migrant workers in our country.
– The Jobbik-Conservatives do not want the work of Hungarian people to be taken away, nor do they want migrant workers to change the culture of our country. We have to fight for the Hungarian people to receive a fair salary, he emphasized.
Next to the faction leader Dénes Sarka municipal representative, the president of Jobbik-Conservatives in Miskolc said about local conditions that the city administration is the partner of all economic operators and investors who want to create value-creating, sustainable, environmentally friendly jobs in the city. In addition, however, it is also important that the companies here regard the employment of Hungarian labor as a priority. That is why, Dénes Szarka pointed out, the proposal of their party is formulated in the proposal that the city prefers the arrival of only those investors who want to employ local and neighborhood workers.
He added that they want to include it as a very important filter in the proposal, so that investors and factories cannot be supported coming to the city, whose declared goal is to bring in thousands or tens of thousands of migrant workers from Asia, for example, in cooperation with the government.