Due to the emergency, it would also be possible to postpone the elections in Hungary according to a decree

An interesting sentence has been hidden in the decree of the Ministry of Justice, according to which elections may be missed due to the emergency, writes the Immediate. “If the election is missed due to an emergency situation, but the OEVI (National Individual Election Office) has already printed out the recommendation form pursuant to Section 121 (2) of the Ve., The support will be determined on the basis of the norms related to the tasks to be performed,” In the Bulletin. The citation comes from a decree of the Ministry of Justice, which otherwise deals with the accounting of the costs of the parliamentary elections and the referendum scheduled for the same day.

Thus, according to the decree published in the Hungarian Gazette, due to the emergency situation, it is possible to even hold parliamentary elections in Hungary. So far, nowhere in the government document has it been described that the government is even postponing the election due to the emergency, writes Immediate, and when it was extended for another six months last December, the law’s explanatory memorandum specifically stated that holding and holding elections It follows from the Basic Law, so it must be kept in any case.

President János Áder announced two days ago when the elections will take place. The Basic Law and the Electoral Procedure Act contain clear provisions on the date by which the President of the Republic may set a general election of members of parliament. “On the basis of this statutory mandate, I set a general election of members of parliament for the earliest date, April 3, 2022.” written by János Áder, President of the Republic.

“For the ninth time this year, the citizens of Hungary with the right to vote are free to decide who is entrusted with the management of our common affairs,” wrote János Áder. The President of the Republic has set a date for the 2022 election as early as possible.

Another in communication János Áder wrote that on November 9, 2021, the Parliament decided unanimously that a referendum could be held on the day of the general election of members of parliament. The referendum on the four issues ordered in the parliamentary resolution was also scheduled for April 3 by the President, which deals with the Child Protection Act.

Cover photo: Budapest, April 14, 2018 The envelopes of those voting by re-registration and those voting at the diplomatic mission are “mixed” in the ballot boxes that were not opened on the eve of the election, and the vote counting counts in the district mayor’s office on April 14, 2018. MTI Photo: Balázs Mohai

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