IMF/EU delegation to return to Hungary in Sept, says Orban
25 July 2012
Prime Minister Viktor Orban called his negotiations with the IMF/EU delegation on Tuesday "encouraging".
Addressing a press conference, Orban said the delegation was expected to present a "case summary" to the government that would highlight points of economic policy they believe should be changed, a list of preconditions for assistance and their views on the points which they think could be changed in the 2013 central budget.
The government will respond to these questions in earnest in September, he said.
Text: mti, Photographer: Gergely Botár
The time of constitutional debate is over, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated on Thursday, after a meeting with head of the Constitutional Court Péter Paczolay.
The Prime Minister reiterated at a press briefing following an EU summit of heads of state and heads of government in Brussels that the Hungarian Government has no disputes whatsoever with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, nor does the governing Fidesz party with Germany's ruling CDU party.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán mentioned pay rises for general practitioners and teachers, and the launching of a population programme as important tasks for the upcoming period, on Kossuth Radio's 180 minutes.