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.
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.
Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office János Lázár announced at a press conference on Monday that the European Commission has approved the nuclear fuel supply contract between Hungary and Russia.
At the annual hearing of the Committee on National Cohesion on Monday, Deputy Prime Minister for Hungarian Communities Abroad Zsolt Semjén declared that he does not see the need to make the Act on Citizenship stricter.
Deputy State Secretary for Development Policy Communication Nándor Csepreghy has asked the European Commission to reconsider entrusting Altus – the company of opposition politician Ferenc Gyurcsány – with the task of supervising the functioning of development policy in Hungary.
Minister of State for EU Developments Eszter Vitályos announced on Saturday that EU funds worth EUR 34 billion will be at Hungary’s disposal during the 2014–2020 budgetary period.
In a speech given on the Memorial Day for Hungarian Victims of the Holocaust, János Lázár said that “the nation is more than just a community of interests: the nation is a community of fates”.
On 15 April, Minister of State for EU Affairs Szabolcs Takács greeted the Ambassadors of EU Member States at a reception, and presented the new structure of his department.
The construction of the M9 motorway will begin with the section between Zalaegerszeg and Vasvár, János Lázár said in an interview published in the local newspaper Zalai Hírlap on Thursday.