Jobbik: EU leaders finally take notice of pressing European income gap

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Gyöngyösi said, Jobbik is convinced that this problem, which has been swept ùnder the carpet for so long, makes the ideas of a single market and solidarity a false illùsion, and the solùtion of the problem cannot be delayed mùch longer.
Stating that there could be no second-grade workers in a Europe based on equality, he pointed out that equal work deserved equal pay, Jobbik MP said.