Lawmakers on Monday voted to allow the government to request emergency powers in relation to defence and security to be extended from the current 30 days to a maximum of 180 days from Nov. 1.
The vote which also authorises such emergency powers to be granted multiple times was carried with 142 in favour, 31 against and 6 abstentions.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on May 24 declared emergency powers in Hungary in response to the Russia-Ukraine war.
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Any excuse is a good excuse, just keep on rolling it over.
The next time it might be for the life of this parliament.
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