Budapest, February 21 (MTI) – Parliament’s current two-week session is to end with questions put to government ministers by opposition lawmakers.
Monday’s schedule starts at 11am with speeches before the agenda, to be followed by a Q&A session.
Socialist MP István Tukacs will ask the minister of human resources a question about the problems facing Hungarian doctors. Zoltán Magyar of the radical nationalist Jobbik party will ask the minister of agriculture about the sale of state-owned farmland and about the selected lawyers’ firms participating in the programme. Two MPs of the opposition green LMP party, Bernadett Szél and Benedek R Sallai, will ask government office chief János Lázár how many employees the government was planning to lay off. Lázár said in January that the government planed to streamline 70 centrally-funded institutions in order to cut costs and improve efficiency.