PREVIEW – Lawmakers to address developments, Quaestor in parliament on Tuesday
Budapest, April 5 (MTI) – The last day of parliament’s current two-week session has been postponed to Tuesday due to the Easter Holidays. On Tuesday lawmakers will be invited to pose questions to the government.
Two lawmakers of the ruling Fidesz party will ask questions about environmental and urban developments.
A lawmaker of the opposition Socialists is set to ask Cabinet chief Janos Lazar questions regarding the Quaestor brokerage scandal and a lawmaker of the radical nationalist Jobbik party will question the interior minister on crime.
The opposition LMP party’s lawmaker will pose questions on hospital restructuring and gender equality measures.