What happened today in Hungary? – November 29, 2021
The Hungarian police have taken action to stop drug use and distribution. Police arrested several people linked to drugs in the countryside and in the capital during the week. Hungarian police arrested both drug dealers and consumers. Videos, photos HERE.
Budapest Mayor Gergely Karácsony on Monday signed an agreement on the state funding of the city’s public transport system, a 12 billion forint (EUR 33m) support which he said covered 7 percent of the sector’s total budget. Read Mayor Karácsony critism here.
Orbán cabinet is reviewing the deadline for the expiry of immunity certificates, read more HERE.
Growth expected at 6.8 percent this year and above 5 percent in 2022, Finance Minister Mihály Varga told parliament’s economic committee on Monday. Details HERE.
Over the course of the year, we found out earlier what the Ice Cream of the Year is and what the Cake of Hungary is. As the Christmas period approaches, the Hungarian Confectionery Industry Association chose Bejgli of the Year and Szaloncukor of the Year, too. The aim of the competition is to promote Hungarian products made from excellent Hungarian ingredients. Read more HERE.