The radical nationalist Jobbik party called on the government on Monday to reconsider plans to spend 91 billion forints on Roma integration in the next four years instead of the formerly planned HUF 8 billion. Party spokesman István Apáti described the plan as “concealed vote buying”. He said that while working people are expected to pay taxes and loan installments, those who cannot or do not want to work and integrate into society are given continual allowances, new homes and revamps. He criticised the plan to make solar panels available for houses in Roma settlements. Apáti accused the government of “election racism”, because the fate of a community is important to the government only as long as it yields supporting votes.