Márki-Zay epidemic, amid economic difficulties CLAIM MONEY FROM THE HOSPITAL!
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The expansion of the hospital in Hódmezővásárhely is in progress, with the development of more than two billion forints, a new pediatric and internal medicine department will be established, and modern diagnostic equipment will arrive at the institution.
The municipality of Hódmezővásárhely, led by the candidate for prime minister on the left, is once again demanding money from the hospital. Péter Márki-Zay, who praised health care operating on a market basis, had previously entered the institution hard in a forum, with which he was suing at the same time. Now the city has billed the hospital for thirty million in rent.
The local government, headed by Mayor Péter Márki-Zay, is demanding HUF 30 million from the hospital in Hódmezővásárhely for the use of the car park, internal roads and sidewalks that make up the yard, Mandiner learned. The requirement, which can also be seen as a tribute, should be examined in the light of the recent battle with the health center by the opposition mayor, prime minister and member of parliament, demanding HUF 140 million for the one-year land use of a crane working on the street due to hospital development. The last attempt at scratch has already failed - we will return to this in this article - but the scandal over the rent for the hospital yard that is now being introduced is expected to unfold only after that.
A copy of the newly issued invoices for the years 2014-2019 has been in Mandiner's possession.
30 million are being asked during the epidemic for the hospital yard
At the beginning of the last decade, the hospitals in the hands of the municipalities became state-owned, but in several places the ownership remained mixed to some extent. Thus, in the case of the hospital in Hódmezővásárhely (full name: Csongrád-Csanád County Health Care Center - Hódmezővásárhely-Makó), the mosaic plots between the hospital buildings remained in the ownership of the municipality. In essence, this would be used by the left-wing municipality to raise money from the hospital.
Not only are the parking areas, visitors, doctors, nurses, and patients and prenatal internal routes routed by the Márki-Zays, but to the best of our knowledge, the area included in the rent collection also includes a tent for soldiers vaccinating against COVID. The case is also surprising because it has never occurred before that the municipality charges the health care facility for rent for these areas within the hospital.
György Kriveczky, the legal representative of the hospital center, outlined the strange situation for Mandiner as follows:
“After the hospital in Hódmezővásárhely enforced its tens of millions of debt claims arising from a loan agreement, the municipality acted by invoicing rents. There are many hospitals that have mixed ownership. But which is the city government outside the fairgrounds that would charge a rent set at market prices for many years, in the middle of a covid epidemic, for plots of land in the middle of a local hospital where patients park and walk through?
This unprecedented nationwide procedure is in principle legitimate, but it is incorrect and deeply unfair. ”
The mayor goes to the crane
Péter Márki-Zay already had a dubious battle with the hospital in Hódmezővásárhely. The main motive for the case, which began in the spring of 2021, was that the municipality had asked for a horrible public space usage fee so that the contractor for the high-rise renovation of the hospital could use the short stretch of street needed to parade a crane. The two-level expansion of the outpatient clinic is one of the stages of a cross-border government project funded in part by the European Union. Until now, the Department of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics has been in a tight space, but through development, they can continue in more dignified conditions and with a fleet of equipment.
However, according to the mayor's office's consent decision for road managers in March last year, they wanted more than HUF 136.3 (!) Million from the contractor to use one of the lanes, sidewalks and cycle paths of Hunyadi Street bordering the hospital for a full year. vehesse.
However, with the requested amount, the investment of 1.4 billion in the part of the project related to the development of specialist clinics in Hódmezővásárhely was jeopardized.
The contractor would not have been able to pay for this, and it would not be possible to build it without unobstructed tower crane work. In addition, construction prices have skyrocketed.
The local Fidesz organization then called on the mayor in a statement: if he no longer helps the city, don’t even hinder the development of the hospital, give up the huge fight. János Lázár - who was the mayor of the county town between 2002 and 2012, and from 2002 the individual parliamentary representative of the affected constituency - also spoke. He called the requirement of almost 140 million forints a criminal tax, adding: “He who now takes away from those fighting on the front line, rather than gives, is like shooting his own in the back. I believe a campaign for a prime minister-designate will cost a lot, but don’t let the city’s patients have to stand in the guild. Get your hands off the hospitals, get your hands off the healthcare workers! ”
Director General Árpád Kallai called the land use fee a shocking and faceless claim, and then made it clear: This is unmanageable from the hospital budget and is not available in the project budget either. Just one example: the institution's annual drug budget is HUF 140 million. ”
Péter Márki-Zay did not back down as long as he could: saying to our newspaper, which referred to the 2004 decree, that the amount of 136.3 million per penny had been set according to the parameters set out therein. According to the mayor, "the EU tender funding provides ample opportunity for the city to legally cut off a few million, which would be suitable for Hódmezővásárhely".
The government failed the bribe
The contractor withdrew his original application, narrowed down the external parade area to be used, and continued the work in a slow and fragmented manner. In the meantime, the hospital requested that this development project in Hódmezővásárhely be a government priority investment. As a result, by the end of the summer, a government decision had been made to end the threat to the project.
The privileged investment status prevented Márki-Zays from asking for money for the crane's use of space.
The municipality could no longer make such a claim.
Since then, construction has returned to its original pace. The two new levels have already been installed on the given hospital building, and the windows and mechanical elements have been installed. However, if the government had not made the decision to bridge, the development of health care for the residents of Vásárhely and those living in the area would fail or suffer a great delay due to the actions of Márki-Zayék.
He lost a lawsuit over the death campaign
The death campaign of the mayor of Hódmezővásárhely related to the local hospital was also memorable. Márki-Zay rudely went to the hospital of his own city in a campaign at a campaign forum in Attila Kiss, a right-wing candidate for Attila Kiss, in March 2018, during the parliamentary election campaign. He said this shortly after the interim mayor's election as mayor:
“If you go to the hospital in Hódmezővásárhely, you are risking your life!
My friend, when he cut his hand to the bone, could still go home for dinner before receiving care. Uncle Feri had not received breakfast, lunch or dinner in the neighborhood for three days, let alone treatment. A forty-two-year-old woman, a baby, died at the hospital at the age of three last year. ”
The director general of the hospital, Árpád Kallai, reacted immediately to all this: the mayor's statements seriously damaged the reputation of the hospital and the honor of the 570 employees of the institution.
The right-wing parliamentary candidate was beaten by János Lázár of Fidesz in the election, and Márki-Zay, who supported him, was sued for his insulting statements at the Vásárhely hospital. More specifically, the Csongrád County Health Care Center filed a lawsuit against Márky-Zay for violating the reputation of the hospital. The lawsuit was won at the first, second and third instance - by the court, the court, the Curia - by the health care institution. The Court of First Instance and the Court of First Instance unanimously held that:
MZP violated the hospital's reputation and personal rights by alleging untruths.
The judges emphasized that it was a hospital and that these statements were apt to undermine confidence in health care. For this reason, the mayor was also fined 800,000 forints. The Curia's verdict differed from the previous ones in that it said the introductory statement - who goes to the hospital in Vásárhely risk his life - fits into free expression. On the other hand, the Curia left in place that the mayor had violated the institution’s rights of privacy with specific, untrue allegations; the payment of the said damages also remained. Defendant Márki-Zay - only after enforcement was initiated against him - paid the amount of 800 thousand together with the litigation costs.
Her daughter was able to do an internship at the hospital
The story is not over yet. We learned from the people of Hódmezővásárhely that the daughter of a medical student from Szeged, the mayor who was attacking the hospital hard, chose the hospital in Hódmezővásárhely, which closely cooperates with the University of Szeged, as the venue for her internships during the period in question and even after that. Presumably because he wanted to acquire a good standard of professional knowledge, which is, of course, in stark contrast to his father’s ruthless campaign against his death on a hospital forum.