(MTI) – The radical nationalist Jobbik party plans to launch a “wave of protests” to help FX loan holders because the government “has done nothing” for them, party leader Gabor Vona told Jobbik’s campaign launch event on Saturday.
Vona told some 4,000 people that if Jobbik wins power, “order will be certainly established within four years” and the party will not neglect young people, children, women and the elderly.
Commenting on “Hungarian-Roma coexistence,” he said Jobbik divides society into honourable and dishonourable people and it is not Jobbik’s fault that the Roma are “represented more” in the latter group.
Jobbik will help the hard working Roma but not the dishonourable, he added.
Vona said Jobbik will not join forces with any other political party and those that want change in Hungary today should support Jobbik.
Jobbik spokeswoman Dora Duro said VAT on basic child care products will be reduced to 5 percent if the party enters government and parents with two or more children will be granted significant tax cuts.