The opposition Mi Hazánk party demands public access to the asset declarations of bailiffs.
Zsuzsanna Fiszter, an expert of the party, told a press conference on Tuesday that the Authority of Regulated Activities should also conduct probes into the assests of bailiffs appointed after 2015.
Fiszter also suggested that foreclosure should be made a not for profit activity. She suggested that bailiffs were “exploiting” the people and their “getting rich is unfair”.
Fiszter noted that bailiffs were obliged to submit asset declarations under a 2007 law, however, according to the data protection authority, that information was not to be published. Mi Hazánk expects those documents to be made public, similarly to those of local and municipal deputies, she added.
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