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Passage of Anti-Graft Bills Expected to Proceed Through Hungarian Parliament

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HUNGARY: Four further anti-graft bill expected to pass parliament

  • Late yesterday, the Hungarian government approved the first in a series of anti-graft bills created with the aim of unlocking EU funds. Four further bills are up for vote Tuesday, and are all expected to pass through parliament comfortably.
  • As part of the government’s consultation process with the public on further energy measures, a seven-question survey will be put to the public and will include a question on sanctions against natural gas, according to state secretary of the PM’s office.

CZECH REPUBLIC: The three ruling coalition parties are set to announce their strategies for Presidential elections ahead of 2023 later today, with a news conference to media.

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HUNGARY: Four further anti-graft bill expected to pass parliament

  • Late yesterday, the Hungarian government approved the first in a series of anti-graft bills created with the aim of unlocking EU funds. Four further bills are up for vote Tuesday, and are all expected to pass through parliament comfortably.
  • As part of the government’s consultation process with the public on further energy measures, a seven-question survey will be put to the public and will include a question on sanctions against natural gas, according to state secretary of the PM’s office.

CZECH REPUBLIC: The three ruling coalition parties are set to announce their strategies for Presidential elections ahead of 2023 later today, with a news conference to media.