Budapest, April 10 (MTI) – Hungary’s parliament will meet for three days next week, with an amendment to the referendum law high on the agenda.
The session will start on Monday afternoon with interpellations and questions to government members.
On Tuesday, the national assembly will vote on proposals including one concerning reconstruction of the Hungarian section of the Budapest-Belgrade railway. Parliament will also discuss a new government measure aimed at reducing red tape.
On Wednesday, parliament will discuss the referendum law amendment, under which proponents could start collecting signatures to support rival initiatives simultaneously, which is not possible under current regulations.