Yes, the government of Hungary is truly trying to help their country, and trying to make life better for them. The problem is having good programs get developed that can help the people out, and help to bring more money into the country through increased trade with other nations out there.
No, they can't have the best interest of the Roma people at heart. One reason for this that they must ensure that their people's needs and, in some cases, wants are meet. The permanent residents and / or citizens will always be first to the Hungarian government and unfortunately for the Roma, they do not fall in these categories.
The Hungarian government have the best interests of the Roma people at heart. They have to serve all of the people in Hungry. Most of the people there are not Roma so they try to unite and do what is best for everyone. The situation there could be much worse but also could be a lot better.
Much like the ethnic cleansing in Yugoslavia in the 1990s, Hungary faces its own demons as it tries to deal with groups of Romani people who clash with citizens. Far-right parties in Hungary are trying to blame the Roma for the Great Recession of five years ago. When people are hurting and the economy is bad, it is easy to find blame in one group. However, Europe's treatment of the Romani people clearly indicates there is a Dark Ages-type mentality in today's civilized society.
No, the Hungarian government does not have the best interests of the Roma people at heart, because they have to balance the needs and wants of all of their residents and citizens, including the rest of the Hungarians, most of whom are not Roma. The Roma people have specific needs and interests, and it is hard for Hungary to serve those needs while serving the rest of its population at the same time. It is a sensitive situation.