In an interview with public broadcaster Kossuth Rádió, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán summed up the 2016 budget in the following words: “Everyone can take a step forward’.
A change in the Government’s immigration policy requires wider social support, and therefore the Government has put together a questionnaire of twelve questions as part of a national consultation concerning immigration, economic immigration and terrorism.
At a conference entitled “Dialogue and Identity”, organised on the fourth anniversary of adoption of the Fundamental Law of Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared that enacting the Fundamental Law had been a historic undertaking and a necessity. According to the Prime Minister, the greatest difference between the text of the old, “value-neutral” constitution and the Fundamental Law is that the latter “asserts our constitutional identity”.
The borders of Europe must be defended, and to this end, the European Union must also take policing and military action, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Friday in the radio programme Kossuth Rádió 180 minutes.
Thanks to higher tax revenues and prudent fiscal policy, the general government budget deficit in the first quarter of 2015 was lower than one year ago.
Deputy State Secretary Kristóf Altusz paid a visit to Ireland on the 23rd of April 2015.
The Ministry for National Economy organized for the tenth time a two-day international conference with the title “Double Challenge: the Launching and Closing of Competitiveness Operative Programmes.”
Hungary will be the second largest troop contributing nation in the joint battle group of the Visegrád Four countries which is to be set up in 2016, Minister of Defence Csaba Hende said at a meeting of V4 defence ministers in Tomášov, Slovakia on Thursday, 23 April.
János Lázár takes the view that the agreement between Hungary, Russia and the EU may be regarded as a milestone towards cheaper electricity. At the press conference conducted under the title Governmentinfo 5, the Minister tackled the case of Altus, the brokerage scandal, the Kaposvár homicide, and the 2016 budget.
At the emergency summit of the EU Heads of State and Government convened for Thursday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will argue for Member States to receive as much freedom in solving their own problems as possible.