MSzP calls for demonstrations

Parliament

Socialist party MSzP called on its supporters on to attend trade union demonstrations, news wire MTI reported.

Party spokesman Zsolt Török said that everyone has to go out to the streets "for themselves” as the current government is establishing an autocratic system while workers get salaries reduced by an unfair tax scheme and have to face higher prices generated by the extra levies imposed on several sectors.

The party supports the different trade union demonstrations planned to be held on September 12 and 29, Török added. Also, MSzP’s youth movement Societas has launched a creative tender and awaits proposals by October 10.

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