Prime minister-designate Gordon Bajnai said in Parliament on Tuesday that he will reveal his crisis-management program this week following the initial meeting of his new cabinet.
The four main goals of the program are to take immediate steps in crisis management, restore budgetary balance, reactivating economic growth and regaining confidence. Bajnai said that parliament will bring an end to Hungary’s political crisis with its expected adoption of the constructive no-confidence motion, which is prerequisite for overcoming the economic crisis.
As long as the majority of MPs support his government’s austerity program, a crisis-management government is a better solution for Hungary than early elections, Bajnai added. Bajnai said the new government has strictly technical and no political aspirations.
Bajnai said he wants to preserve jobs, not power, and will be open to cooperation with anyone, adding that nobody who is prepared to ease the crisis and spur the economy can be regarded is illegitimate. (MTI-Econews)