Budapest (MTI) – The head of the radical nationalist Jobbik party said the past 25 years need to be switched out and Hungary needs a system that people can feel their own.

Gabor Vona told an event assessing the year 2014 that Hungary is in trouble and people need peace and calm.

He said Jobbik would start collecting signatures in February to demand the possibility of retirement for men after 40 years of work, free internet access for everyone, new regulations on immigration and Hungary’s military neutrality in connection with the Ukraine crisis.

Vona declared 2015 a year of volunteering which will involve every Jobbik lawmaker expected to do voluntary work each month and offer 10 percent of their income for charity.


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