Well, I don't know the details, but at first glance it seems like a really dishonest move.
A betrayal if you will.
Orbán's slogan is that he is running the "System of National Unity" (Nemzeti Egység Rendszere
), which exists to protect the nation's and its citizens well-being from foreign interference. "We will not be a colony" (Nem leszünk gyarmat!
And then, this supposedly "National" and "Christian" government goes out, and sells its workers to the capital of the German factory owners in the name of "competitiveness".
Though I do understand the government's claims too, because if you have a lot of time on your hand, then you are actually allowed
to work and get paid more.
The problems will arise in towns and villages where there are only a few employers, so the workers will have little bargaining power about whether or not they want to do overtime and get paid for it.
It's sad that they are writing about the demonstrations as if they are going to change anything. The last time this country "took up arms" and actually managed to override one of Orbáns decisions was when the government decided that they'll "tax the internet" in 2014.