The MSZP MEP received a new, important political recognition: István Ujhelyi was elected Vice-President of the European Parliament’s association dedicated to the railway transport sector.
05/01/2020 17:19 • mszp.hu
Code of Conduct for No-Frills Airlines Ready! - István Ujhelyi would extend the obligations beyond low-cost companies
At the end of a long consultation process, a code of conduct for low-cost airlines was drawn up and submitted by the initiating Member of the European Parliament, István Ujhelyi to the European Commissioner for Transport by Adina Vălean. The Socialist MEP expects that over time the minimum requirements will be extended to other aviation companies beyond low-cost airlines.
04/01/2020 23:58 • mszp.hu
…or even 10 years ago, for that matter.
21/12/2019 02:58 • mszp.hu
Due to the destruction of Fidesz in healthcare, many people do not have access to adequate care locally. As a quick fix solution, the government bought ten screening buses for HUF 1 billion, to be able to deliver the health screening service closer to the homes of people. In theory. Because the buses only do the job once a month on average.
21/12/2019 02:57 • mszp.hu
Being President of the NATO Parliament is the best opportunity so far to represent the interests of Hungarians at the Euro-Atlantic level, to use a football metaphor, it is like playing in an entirely different league, said MSZP’s Attila Mesterházy in the program ‘Start’ on channel ATV Wednesday morning.
18/12/2019 21:13 • mszp.hu
“Everyone has the right to timely access of affordable, preventive and curative healthcare of good quality” as provided by Article 16 of the European Pillar of Social Rights adopted by the Heads of State and Government in November 2017.
17/12/2019 17:59 • mszp.hu
The leadership of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly unanimously elected Vice-President Attila Mesterházy for the role of President of NATO Parliament. This is the first time that a Hungarian politician has the chance to lead an international organization.
17/12/2019 16:13 • mszp.hu
Employers' organizations believe it is acceptable at wage negotiations to raise the minimum wage above the previously set 8 per cent if the Orbán government brings cuts in social security contributions forward to early next year. However, Fidesz refuses to comply with the conditions of employers, thus taking away from workers again and depriving them of the wage increase they deserve.
16/12/2019 13:21 • mszp.hu
More and more Fidesz MPs are being investigated or prosecuted for their corrupt affairs and Viktor Orbán himself has acknowledged Fidesz involvement in the István Boldog case, yet corrupt politicians can still sit in Parliament.
13/12/2019 12:51 • mszp.hu