Glossa No.3 (31th March 2001) olvassa magyarul
Ten Commandments for parties that aim at winning the next general elections in
Fight for the power in the name of the whole nation, including the
smallest, weakest, poorest strata and all the ethnic groups of it. Never in the
name of any class or group, whatever historical role it has played or whatever
position (low or high) it occupies now.
Declare that your most important aim
is to join the European Union as quickly as possible, but with raised head, on
equal rights, not allowing to build new iron curtains like restrictions on free
movements of the population.
Declare that you are going to limit
your role in the managment and control of the economy to the bare, absolutely
unavoidable minimum. Pay special attention only to two sectors: education and
health, that are below any acceptable standard.
Save the sinking ship of the
agriculture, not forcing any unwise steps against any form of association of
peasants, working forces of the agriculture; on the opposite: encourage, stand
behind of all viable forms of alliance, union of peasants, extending helping
hand in their endeavour to compete with the agriculture of the European Union.
Stop the compensation of any kind, that only slow down the pace of development.
Do not spend more on defence than
required by NATO. Fight with all your strength until you are in opposition
against the purchase of absolutely unnecessary purchase of fighter planes,
especially of scrap ones.
Stop the stupid policy of
„representing the interests” of Hungarians living in the neighbouring
countries, it may only irk the governments and the majority of them. Instead try
to build up close and friendly ties with them and help them to join the
European Union as soon as possible. The wheels of history cannot be
turned back, common wiseness and the Union may be the only solution.
Separate the state from the
church(es) in the strictest possible way.
Secure absolute equality, equal
rights and equal opportunities in every aspect of life to every citizen of the
country. Do not hesitate to declare positive
discrimination for those who would be unable otherwise to become
usuful members of the society on their own, especially for those who bear colour
stigma on their skin.
Maintain fair administration of
justice, speed up law-enforcement against crimes of economic character.
Lead strict fight against corruption,
especially in the rows of your own party and construct safety measures against
corruption on the highest levels.