(MTI) – Krisztina Morvai, who tops the list of the radical nationalist Jobbik party at the European parliamentary election, said on Wednesday that she plans to keep the focus on national self-governance and communities.
Jobbik plans to work towards reducing the influence of banks in the European Union where she said some 1,700 lobbyists paid by the banks are at work.
The party will work towards enhancing the nations’ self-governance, keeping a pro-Europe stance but promoting diversity in Europe. The different nations should live in friendship, based on mutual benefits and having equal rights in a new kind of EU, she added.
Zoltan Balczo, who occupies the second place on the Jobbik list, said that EU accession has not worked to Hungary’s benefit. When the results of accession are assessed it is necessary to take into consideration more than the balance of payments made and funding received, he added.
Jobbik will make efforts to ensure that wages in Hungary get closer to average EU wages, Balczo said.