Prime Minister Viktor Orbán convened a cabinet meeting after returning from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, where he gave a speech on Thursday, the PM’s press chief said.
Orbán and the ministers discussed the latest developments of the war in Ukraine and the European energy crisis, Bertalan Havasi said.
All members of the Hungarian parliament who have taken their oaths as members of parliament have submitted their asset declarations before the Friday deadline, the head of the immunity committee told MTI. János Hargitai noted in statement that MPs, under a recent law, were now required to disclose their income and business shares rather than their properties.
The heads and deputy heads of the State Audit Office, the Economic Competition Office and members of the Competition Council, the heads of the Budget Council, the Public Procurement Council and its members, the chief prosecutor and his deputies, the governor of the national bank and its vice governors, members of the Monetary Council and the bank’s supervisory board, the head and members of the Media Council are also required to submit such declarations under the law and have done so, Hargitai said.
All declarations have been published on parliament’s website.