Conservative opposition Jobbik will propose a parliamentary resolution to get the central bank set a currency exchange rate target in addition to the existing inflation target, party deputy leader Dániel Z Kárpát said. Jobbik has been shocked by the government taking out hundreds of billions of forints from Hungarian families’ pockets by deliberately weakening the forint, Z Kárpát told a press conference. The government’s motivation for weakening the forint is to convince multinational companies to invest more in Hungary, he said, adding that support should rather be granted to Hungarian SMEs. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s real strategic partners are the multinationals that have signed partially secretive strategic agreements with the government, he said. Jobbik wants these agreements to be re-negotiated because they “do not necessarily serve the interests of Hungary’s national economy and certainly not the interests of Hungarian employees,” he said.