The Orbán family company will pay out HUF 730 million in dividends to the Prime Minister’s family members.
The massive inflation in the size and cost of public administration comes amid an ostensible “bureaucracy reduction” plan currently underway.
The highest possible bonus will be a substantial HUF 1.7 million.
The massive price hike could endanger other city investments as Mayor Tarlós is faced with the choice of postponing the badly needed renovation, or reallocating funds from other projects.
The measures would place additional requirements on EU member states as criteria for the allocation of structural and cohesion funds.
The mayor rents a council-owned apartment for well under market value, and drives two council-owned vehicles.
Csaba Csetényi will reportedly be sidelined in the massive government advertising game in favor of other, newer pro-government media, who need the money.
Substantial growth in employment coupled with a decrease in public workers suggests modest real job growth.
Polt’s wife, who directs human resources at the national bank, must have known about the hiring of Polt’s daughter. Totally not nepotism.
The incorporation of a new company suggests that Viktor Orbán’s former chief adviser may be preparing to buy the conservative news outlet.