Votes on bills establishing uniform sanctions for violating public administration rules as well as amending environmental protection product fees and insolvency rules are on the agenda for the upcoming two-week session of parliament.
Members of government will field questions from lawmakers on Monday, the first sitting of the session.
On Tuesday, MPs will vote on the changes to sanctions for violating public administration rules, environmental protection product fees and insolvency rules as well as on bills on civil suits and antitrust rules.
The session will wind up with a sitting on Tuesday of the following week.
Fidesz proposes compensation for student workers cheated out of pay
Ruling Fidesz has submitted a draft resolution to parliament on compensating student workers who were cheated out of their pay by a staffing company run by Csaba Czeglédy, a local government representative who is under investigation for misappropriation of public monies, deputy parliamentary group leader Zoltán Bona said at a press conference on Sunday.
“Csaba Czeglédy and his band of criminals are suspected of misappropriating more than 3 billion forints (EUR 9.7m) and stealing from several hundred students,” Bona said.
He called for a probe of possible ties between the staffing company Human Operator and the financing of left-wing political parties, noting that Czegledy earlier represented Éljen Szombathely-Socialists-DK-Együtt in Szombathely, in western Hungary.
Czeglédy is currently in pre-trial detention.