The residents of Óbuda demand reception hours from László Kiss

The leaflet also quotes from the website of the Társaság a Szabadságjogékörté (TASZ), a legal protection organization, according to which “if a representative or mayor does not hold reception hours, but you want them to, you can do so too. For example, with a small group of constituents, you can publicly (for example on Facebook or in the local paper) demand that the elected representative have reception hours. In such cases, it is often in the interest of the representative to hold reception hours so that it does not appear to the majority that he is not interested in the opinion of the electorate.” The outraged resident therefore asks the people living in the area to contact him by e-mail and join the demand for reception hours.

At the same time, the first person of Óbuda-Békásmegyer is not only pushing for reception hours for his representatives, but also for the mayor. Based on the data on the district’s official website, László Kiss last held a reception class in March 2020, and since then he is only willing to “appear” before the people of Óbuda online. also notes that the post on representatives’ reception hours was last updated in March 2020, in which residents are asked to contact representatives only and exclusively by letter.

László Kiss also ignores some local government representatives. Péter László Rózsa is an independent municipal representative who is the III. also the elected representative of the 16th electoral district of the district according to his report “everyone’s mayor” has been refusing to receive him for almost a year now, and he doesn’t even get an appointment to discuss the issues and problems of the district’s residents.

Cover photo: László Kiss, mayor of Óbuda. (Photo: MTI/Attila Kovács)

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