Budapest, March 5 (MTI) – Lawmakers will meet next week on three days and are scheduled to vote on tightening border controls in the south in connection with illegal migration and declaring Good Friday a public holiday.
They will meet on Monday in a plenary session starting at 1pm with addresses followed by interpellations and questions from the floor.
The plenary’s Tuesday agenda includes a final vote on tightening border control regulations in response to illegal migration and declaring Good Friday a public holiday.
Wednesday’s plenary session is dedicated overall to a general debate on proposed amendments to the code on criminal procedure submitted by the justice minister.
On the following Monday, March 13, the assembly is scheduled to elect Hungary’s next president as the mandate of the incumbent president expires this spring.