'Mr. Orbán! It’s Over!' Declares Magyar as He Discloses Leaked State Plans to Secretly Sell Valuable Assets

  • 30 Apr 2024 7:11 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
'Mr. Orbán! It’s Over!' Declares Magyar as He Discloses Leaked State Plans to Secretly Sell Valuable Assets
Tisza Party vice-president Péter Magyar says he has obtained a government resolution listing 48 valuable properties and services to be privatised.

As well as holiday homes, education and recreation centres and companies, the list includes the ambulance service and the country’s corrections institutes.

As to how he obtained the document, numbered 2201/2023, Magyar said the wind blew it in through his window.

"Why are these properties being sold, including one with the largest undeveloped Balaton coastline and port?” he asked.

“Why do they want to hide this from the Hungarian people? Why is it more important for pals to be able to build housing estates everywhere than for underpaid government employees to affordably take their families on vacation for a week or attend further education? Is this the family-friendly, rural-friendly government?"

Magyar said he is keen to know on what the state will spend the revenues coming from the sale of those properties and how many similar classified resolutions were passed by the cabinet last year.

He then declared: “Mr. Prime Minister! It’s over!" and vowed that the squandered national wealth will be regained.

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