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The opposition Mi Hazánk (Our Homeland) movement has decided to launch “an identity campaign” to introduce its policies to voters, the deputy leader of the party, set up by former members of the nationalist Jobbik party, said. The party will endorse issues that affect society but have not been represented by any other parties, Dóra Dúró said, referring to “Hungarian-Roma co-existence” and EU affairs, as well as issues related to education, defence, law enforcement, family policy and election laws. Mi Hazánk is the only party to “declare the existence of Roma crime”, she said, adding that it also proposes setting up an anti-corruption prosecutor’s office, introducing capital punishment and calling a national referendum on Hungary’s EU membership. Mi Hazánk is represented by four ex-Jobbik lawmakers in parliament.