This is what Jobbik is proposing. The National Assembly Committee for Culture and Media will put the proposal on the agenda Monday; the bill has been introduced by Jobbik representatives Gábor Vona, Gergely Farkas and István Szávay. The occasion is the twentieth anniversary of the reburial of the former governor.
The bill says: The current Basic Law establishes that the fundamental source of legitimacy is the historical constitution. This legal framework is the foundation on which the economic and moral renewal of the Hungarian nation is based.
Miklós Horthy is associated with prosperity that continued for a quarter of a century after the first world war. The former governor's cultural, moral, educational and foreign policy served the Hungarian nation, which can be a model for all responsible politicians.
Miklós Horthy successfully steered the country clear of falling into the trap of dictatorial experiments characterized the period between the world wars, and as a result Hungary had remained a constitutional state until 1944. Horthy has never accepted the Trianon dictate and peacefully reunited the lost territories with the motherland.
In addition, Horthy's exemplary life can be an inspiration to all politicians. To date, we can look at him as the last true Hungarian statesman. His historic achievements can be an inspiration to us all and can help us with our struggle for the moral and spiritual renewal of our country says the bill tabled by three Jobbik politicians.