Hungarian parliament to open autumn season with PM Orbán’s address on Monday
Parliament will have a two-day session next week, the first of its autumn season, starting with an address by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Monday.
According to parliament’s website, deputies will elect the head and members of the national bank‘s supervisory board, who will take their oaths of office in the same session on Monday.
Monday’s agenda will also include commemorations of two recently deceased MPs.
On Tuesday, the deputies will discuss changes to the copyright and trade laws, as well as international agreements.
Parliament will close its autumn season on Dec. 10.