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Economics Across the world a global capitalism based on the free movement of multinational capital has broken down. Billions have been made destitute, and ever widening gulfs have grown in societies. In Hungary the effects of this crisis have been greatly magnified, given an environment made noxious by the workings of a politics that has been both nefarious and corrupt.

Foreign Affairs In the post-regime change era, Hungarian foreign policy has set itself three objectives: the improvement of the circumstances of Hungarians living in neighbouring countries, the development of good relations with our neighbours, and effective integration into the strategic European and North Atlantic communities. The last twenty years has proven, that these three objectives have only partially been achieved.

Justice The fundamental principles of Jobbik’s justice policy are: creating an environment where judicial judgements are swift, workmanlike and free of both corruption and political influence; making those regulations that needlessly extend and complicate the trial process inactive, increasing the number of judges, improving their working conditions, ending restrictions which prevent the conduct of trials in open session, professional and financial transparency, making verdicts more effective, and producing timely judicial responses to well-founded motions.

Healthcare A nation’s most fundamental resource is the health of its people, and it is the prerequisite for the achievement of any national aim. Our objectives are: the remedying of our nation’s deteriorated state of health, halting population shrinkage, addressing the chief causes of mortality, and ensuring respectable living standards for those working in the health service.

Agriculture As long as the domination of profit does not rob it of the opportunity of doing so, the Hungarian nation is quite capable of thriving on the produce of its own homeland; provided of course that relations between countries are also permitted to be ruled by considerations of cooperation, equality, and solidarity, rather than a rule of acquisition that demands that one subjugates the other.

The Family Hungary’s population levels are at crisis point, the chief reason for this being drastic population shrinkage, coupled with an ageing populace. We also occupy the bottom rungs of Europe from the point of view of life-expectancy. The causes for this may be found in society’s general poor state of health, the plummeting levels of health service provision, and the growth in unhealthy lifestyles.

Employment People are not units of profit-creation, or objects; they are individuals who possess intrinsic dignity; in such individuals’ lives, in their vocations, work plays a vital role.

The Environment The protection and defence of the environment is not some abstract scientific notion, but is, and should be treated as, a conscious and active component of our everyday lives.

Transport Preceding governments have looked upon the matter of transport as if it were merely an economic issue and nothing more. Travel on the roads these days is both regularly gridlocked and plainly intolerable.

Welfare Jobbik’s attitude towards social welfare is based on a Christian social foundation: namely, that the state should only intervene once individual, and family, opportunities have been exhausted.

Energy In the energy sector in our country, seemingly everything has already been capitalized. However, the result of such extremist privatization has never, in a single area, ever amounted to a reduction in prices; in this regard the neo-liberal model has clearly proven itself a failure.

Education We have built our educational perspective on the firm foundations of a traditional Hungarian approach, an approach which the liberal educational policy of the last twenty years has systematically mocked as outmoded, and done everything in its power to destroy.


Economics Foreign Affairs Justice

Healthcare Agriculture The Family

Employment The Environment Transport

Welfare Energy Education