The former prime ministerial candidate was made a large-scale action.
Mayor Gergely Karácsony and ten opposition politicians held a press conference connected with a political action at the Prime Minister’s Office in the Castle – writes Telex.hu. In the framework of the show, an attempt was made to deliver a large surcharge receipt to the government, indicating that “the government is bleaching” because it does not transfer the HUF 12 billion part of the capital’s public transport funding to Budapest.
Christmas told reporters on the spot that, according to general European funding practice, the operating costs of public transport companies are borne by the government, the big city and the traveling public in a one-third-one-third ratio. There was a similar funding ratio in the past, but government support has fallen to HUF 12 billion in recent years, he added.
“But it didn’t arrive, despite a budget law, no promise from the prime minister, not even a draft grant agreement.”
The mayor declared. To the announcement of Minister László Palkovics that Christmas’s signature is missing for BKV to receive the 12 billion from the state, the mayor reacted: Palkovics is lying, there is no document to sign. As he said, the surcharge receipt was brought because the government is bleaching.
Christmas said the capital can’t scrape together the missing 12 billion, so they demand that the government give away that money. Until that happens, BKK flights will be told that the government is bleaching, and if the money still doesn’t come, the mayor doesn’t rule out restricting public transportation in some way. Finally, he expressed the hope that if they beat the dam a lot, the government would pay.
Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.
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