Miklós Hajnal, the instant representative of the Hegyvidék, wrote a letter to János Áder not to accept the 720-square-meter luxury villa in Buda.
Photo: MTI / Zoltán Máthé
In Dawn’s Facebook video, he talks about Áder already owning three properties, but now he’s going to get a state-owned luxury villa worth hundreds of millions with a lift in the Highlands, a mile and a half from Normafa.
“While Hungary is in a severe economic crisis, there is little more recklessness than in a whisper to play off the common wealth of taxpayers to retire party soldiers.”
Miklós Hajnal points out, adding that Áder should take the example of Pál Schmitt, who rejected the luxury property in a similar situation.
In his video, the instant representative also talks about the fact that due to Áder’s new villa, the current building regulations in the area have been overridden: buildability has increased and the proportion of mandatory green space has decreased.
Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.
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