Fidesz’s response to Christmas: “don’t spend Budapest people’s money on unnecessary expenses”

The mayor is still just complaining and running a malicious campaign against the government, Fidesz’s Budapest organization said in response to Gergely Karácsony’s press conference on Monday.

Photo: Facebook / Gergely Christmas

It was written: Gergely Christmas is also right,

“we are living in really critical times”. In such cases, however, we should work not to spend the money of the people of Budapest on unnecessary expenses

he added.

They asked:

why it will be more expensive to renovate the Chain Bridge with five billion forints, why they didn’t pay attention to the BKK advertising tender or the renovation of metro line 3. Because of these, due to a series of delays and “misfortunes”, billions were lost unnecessarily in 2020 alone.

they wrote.

It was emphasized that the government will provide HUF 116 billion this year to cover Budapest’s operating expenses, and will also provide tens of billions in additional development aid.

The mayor announced at an online press conference on Monday that the capital’s local government would launch an information campaign on the situation in Budapest together with several districts, with the aim of strengthening the city’s community and persuading the government to suspend the restrictions.


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