Budapest, August 25 (MTI) – The state apparatus as a whole needs to work hard in order to achieve civic consolidation, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Tuesday.
Informing MTI about his speech, government spokesman Andras Giro-Szasz told MTI that the prime minister had given a clear rundown of the government’s work since 2010.
Orban told the conference that in 2010 “Hungary, like Greece, was in the middle of an economic, financial and social crisis.” He praised the policies implemented over the last four years as crucial in achieving the “good economic indicators” Hungary has today.
The prime minister said there was a lot of “hard and dedicated work” left to be done in order for Hungary to be able to say that it has successfully implemented the programme of civic consolidation.
Asked about prior media reports on the conference, Giro-Szasz said that the prime minister had made no mention of replacing any government official.