- 13 Jun 2018 9:02 AM
- Hungary Matters
Governing party lawmaker István Bajkai said that he would initiate the move with a view to ensuring that “everyone can make use of the city as a real home on an equal basis”.
The Fidesz politician said people using public spaces to live in was a decades-long problem.
“Besides the public-security and public-health dangers, this is a burden on citydwellers,” he added.
He noted that the state and local councils provide extensive support schemes, such as day centres and night-time accommodation for people whose lives are difficult and who are unable to live in their own homes.