Budapest, 2017. március 27. Szél Bernadett, az LMP társelnöke napirend elõtt felszólal Paks II. fejlesztésével kapcsolatban az Országgyûlés plenáris ülésén 2017. március 27-én. MTI Fotó: Koszticsák Szilárd

Budapest, April 7 (MTI) – The green opposition LMP party has proposed that the opinion of voters should be sought in a referendum before the approval of any major state investment project. Bernadett Szél and Ákos Hadházy, co-leaders of the party, referred to the project to expand the Paks nuclear power plant as an example.

LMP will submit to parliament a draft proposal on Friday on making relevant changes to the constitution, they told a press conference.

Under the proposed changes, holding a referendum would be mandatory in the cases of partly or fully state-financed projects worth over 5 percent of GDP.

Answering a question, Szél said that the proposed changes would not contradict current stipulations that referendums cannot be held on issues affecting central budget. She insisted the proposed new rule would have a “stronger mandate”.

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