MSZP Turns to Brussels on Suspicion of Illegal State Aid in Mátra Power Plant Case

MSZP Turns to Brussels on Suspicion of Illegal State Aid in Mátra Power Plant Case
MSZP has turned to Brussels in the case of the Mátra Power Plant, because the state has overtaken the obligations of a private individual, and this is considered illegal state aid, MSZP co-president Bertalan Tóth said in Klubrádió's ‘Esti gyors’ (Evening Express) programme on Thursday.
07/06/2021 11:07 mszp.hu

We Shall Push Our Proposals Through!

We Shall Push Our Proposals Through!
MSZP will push its proposals through to help people struggling to make ends meet - said MSZP Deputy Chairman Imre Komjáthi at an online press conference he held in front of the Csepel market on Friday.
07/06/2021 11:05 mszp.hu

Opposition Parties Turn to Constitutional Court over Transfer of Public Assets to Foundations

Opposition Parties Turn to Constitutional Court over Transfer of Public Assets to Foundations
On Wednesday, members of the opposition alliance will appeal to the Constitutional Court to annul the law on public trusts and put an end to the plundering of the country.
03/06/2021 17:58 mszp.hu

European Public Prosecutor's Office Starts Work Without Hungary as It Has Most Corrupt Government in EU

European Public Prosecutor's Office Starts Work Without Hungary as It Has Most Corrupt Government in EU
Today, 1 June, the European Public Prosecutor's Office will start its work to protect taxpayers' money from fraud and corruption in the EU. Hungary, however, has not joined the organisation because the Orbán-government that polls show to be the most corrupt in the European Union, fears any external investigation, including the European Public Prosecutor's Office, like the devil fears incense.
01/06/2021 12:28 mszp.hu

Kásler's "Bonus" for Resident Doctors: HUF 24,000 Pay Cut Back to March

Kásler's "Bonus" for Resident Doctors: HUF 24,000 Pay Cut Back to March
A few weeks ago, Minsiter of Human Capacities Miklós Kásler said that he was thinking about how to offer health workers “some sort of bonus beyond leave and rest”. As it turns out, this "bonus" means a pay cut for resident doctors, as the government has abolished the 24,000 forint resident's allowance. In addition, it is retroactive until March, so they will probably have to pay back the amounts they have received since then.
31/05/2021 12:47 mszp.hu