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The construction of the MOL Campus is proceeding according to plan

The construction of the MOL Campus is proceeding according to plan

The new MOL headquarters will be one of the most innovative and greenest office buildings in Budapest, which will fit in organically with the view of the renewable Budapest-Kopaszi Dam.

The MOL Campus, the new headquarters of the MOL Group, is on schedule, according to a press release from the construction company. According to the announcement, Market Építő Zrt. Is currently at the 10% readiness level of the construction project. MOL Campus will be one of the most innovative and greenest office buildings in Budapest, which fits organically into the view of the renewable Budapest-Kopaszi Dam and can become one of the iconic buildings in Budapest.

During the construction of the office building, the goal is to obtain both LEED and BREEAM certification, thus proving energy-efficient, environmentally conscious and sustainable awareness.

The MOL Campus will have an area of ​​approximately 86,000 square meters and provide employment opportunities for 2,500 employees. Construction of the new office building began in September 2019 and a number of workflows have been carried out on the construction site since then.

In the course of this, the pile base of the entire earthworks and the building part of the tower, as well as the base plate including 4400 cubic meters of concrete, were completed by February 2020. The leaking layer was completed in the entire excavation pit and the construction works of the high slab and the structure were also started.

Already at that time, all five tower cranes were visible, one of which will be 176 meters high in the future.

The trails are at 80% readiness
In mid-March, the entire base slab was completed while 5,000 cubic feet of concrete was poured into the slabs. It was in the final stages of public utility construction next to the future building, 80% of the routes were built, and then the construction of two 75 cubic meters of rain storage tanks was added.

Meanwhile, in the parade area, in parallel with the increase in the number of subcontractors, the container city also expanded, which is currently one of the largest construction organizational locations in the capital with more than 180 container units.

In April and May, the complete construction of the bottom two of the four basement levels was completed on the podium part of the building, while the -2. above the level, the slab construction takes place in several stages.

Construction of a prestressed slab above ground level has begun at the tower part of the building. In addition, the delivery and construction of a nearly 200-tonne creeping formwork system is also underway in the area to accelerate structural construction. The ground probing and its connection have been completed. At the lowest basement level, professional construction, masonry, insulation, and building electrical and mechanical work have begun.

Professionals face unique challenges
The new headquarters is expected to be completed in 2022, but thanks to the BIM building information system, some interesting data are already visible, such as:

nearly 5,500 facade elements will be placed on the building,
will have a steel structure weighing more than 594,000 kg,
specialists process more than 57,200 m3 of reinforced concrete,
more than 18,500 energy-saving lamps are installed,
in addition, 25,367 m2 of suspended ceilings will be built,
almost 53,000 m2 of flooring will be needed,
and 1,739 interior doors will be located in the building.
The project contains a number of construction challenges that no company in Hungary has yet implemented.

The work processes did not stop due to the coronavirus situation, the implementation is continuous with the observance of increased health protection regulations and regular inspections.

Why is MOL's success important? Simple: MOL is a Hungarian company, the success of MOL is the engine of the Hungarian economy.

The largest company in the region is the Polish oil company PKN Orlen, which grew by 20 percent to 22 billion euros in sales. The second is Skoda Auto in the Czech Republic, which increased its sales by 17 percent to 16 billion euros. In third place is Hungarian Mol, with sales of 13.3 billion euros, an increase of 16 percent.

We think it’s important to write about this too, because the left-wing media is just talking about it again, they wrote about everything, not just the point.

For many, MOL only means that there is such a gas station in Hungary, but MOL has much more than that. MOL is a strategic company, the pride of Hungary.

About MOL Group
MOL Group is an integrated, international oil and gas company with its headquarters in Budapest, with an international and dynamic workforce of 26,000 in more than 30 countries and an industry history of more than 100 years. MOL's exploration and production activities are supported by more than 80 years of experience in the hydrocarbon industry. It currently has extraction activities in 8 countries and has exploration assets in 13 countries. MOL Group operates four refineries and two petrochemical plants under integrated supply chain management in Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia, and its retail network includes nearly 2,000 filling stations in 9 countries in Central and South-Eastern Europe.

The left also squandered and sold MOL, among other strategic companies. The company's Hungarian ownership in 2010 was 15.6%, foreign: 84.4%. By 2019, more than 65% of MOL will be owned by the Hungarian state and Hungarian investors.
Relevant information:https://magyarnemzet.hu/lugas-rovat/szuverenitas-es-protekcionizmus-5718221/

In September, the cornerstone of MOL's EUR 1.2 billion polyol complex was laid in Tiszaújváros. Today, the investment has exceeded 30% readiness.

MOL's Tiszaújváros polyol complex will start operating in 2021 and employ 200 people.
The € 1.2 billion project is MOL's largest organic investment to date.
Thanks to the German thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, which is responsible for the construction, the factory operates with the most modern technology available. The Hungarian government is supporting the project with 131 million euros (corporate tax credit and investment support). MOL estimates that the plant will contribute nearly EUR 150 million annually to MOL Group's financial results (EBITDA). Polyol is one of the most sought-after plastic raw materials today, from automotive manufacturing to the clothing industry to thermal insulation in many industries. The Tiszaújváros plant will produce polyol using one of the most efficient and environmentally friendly methods available today, the HPPO (propylene oxide from hydrogen peroxide) process used by thyssenkrupp and Evonik.

With the investment, MOL Group will become one of the most important players in the regional chemical industry, as MOL will be the only company in Central and Eastern Europe that covers the entire value chain from crude oil extraction to polyol production. ” Said Zsolt Hernádi. - "After 2021, the plant will significantly improve Tiszaújváros' chemical position, and the expertise and new production infrastructure available here will attract additional investors to the region." -European petrochemical and chemical growth projects.

The video below is about the specific investment, and you can see more interesting videos on MOL's Youtube channel, e.g. on the road transport of the 96-meter-long column.

We, the editors of the Numbers, use only MOL fuel, thus contributing to the success of Hungary. Shell, which supports index.hu, is largely avoided.

The picture shows the visual design of the MOL Headquarters under construction


Tags: Budapest  Development 

Blama: Public procurement of Chain Bridge is not regular

Blama: Public procurement of Chain Bridge is not regular

With 44 consultants, 5 deputies and HUF 180 billion in their “pockets”, they were not able to announce a flawless public procurement either. The Public Procurement Authority dropped the document due to substantive errors

Budapest belongs to the friends, the Chain Bridge to the mine.

Even after a delay of more than half a year, it was not possible to announce a regular public procurement for the renovation of the Chain Bridge by the management of the capital. The Public Procurement Authority dropped the document due to content errors, so the BKK board has to amend it, Fidesz in Budapest announced on its community page.

- The farce of Christmas Gregory continues. Even after a delay of more than half a year, it was not possible to announce a regular public procurement for the renovation of the Chain Bridge by the management of the capital. The Public Procurement Authority dropped the document due to content errors, so the BKK board has to amend it. Therefore, who will be responsible according to the mayor? Certainly the government. To be sure, the renewal of one of the symbols of the nation will be delayed for another week due to incompetence, misfortune, Fidesz in Budapest wrote on its community page.

Our paper previously reported that in the event of a successful tender, the reconstruction of the Chain Bridge could begin in the spring of 2021 and be completed in 2023. If, on the other hand, the tender is not successful, a delay of up to several years is expected. The works would be financed by the capital's local government from its own resources, loans and the government's HUF 6 billion contribution.


Tags: Budapest  Left-wing destruction 

Left-handed tales about scratching, bleeding, mourning

Left-handed tales about scratching, bleeding, mourning

5 deputies, 44 consultants, billionaire contracts for buddy companies, Olga Kálmán, István Vágó employment and ample supply of public funds (who meanwhile do nothing that would be a matter for Budapest), standing projects and a neglected city. But where is the juice? Where did the hundreds of billions that were in the coffers after the October handover go?

In this article, we have listed specific numbers

And in this video we get an explanation of the phenomenon:
"the past will be recalculated, the money out."

Zsolt Láng left almost ten billion, Zsófia Hassay eight and a half billion, Balázs Bús more than six billion, Sára Botond two and a half billion forints

Instead of a lack of resources, there is an abundance of resources, but instead of social sensitivity, it is a playground for power politics - this is how Gergely Karácsony's “solidarity” Budapest has become in the last nine months. The facts, the numbers obscure the innocence and martyrdom of the left.

If only the daily entries made by Gergely Karácsony on the community page, the weekly lamentations of the left mayors, the people of Budapest would be informed, the martyrdom, social sensitivity, resilience and expertise of the opposition would be easily justified. Like all medals, the speeches of left-wing politicians have two sides. The DK, the MSZP, the Dialogue or the Momentum also try to distort reality in such a way that only they and not the capitalists benefit from it.

But in contrast to the interpretations of reality presented by the opposition, it is sometimes worth recalling the facts, the numbers — that is, the other side of the coin — that not only obscure (XXXXKE’s) innocence, refute the left’s power-political virginity, the opposition’s information bubble. The opposition has been saying for months that before the autumn municipal elections, the Fidesz-led municipalities in the capital handed over the keys to the town halls to the mayors of the rainbow coalition with empty coffers and skeletons. That local governments need to be reorganized, developments need to be postponed, austerity is needed so that districts can be put in order.

What do the numbers say? For example, the fact that pro-government mayors handed over local governments with a significant plus. For example, Zsolt Láng, II. The former head of the district left him at the coffers - almost ten billion forints. A significant reserve remained in Terézváros as well, the former mayor Zsófia Hassay handed over the district to Tamás Momentum Soproni with 8.5 billion. The mayor of Óbuda, László Kiss, who in the meantime became a Gyurcsányist from the socialist, could not complain either, because thanks to his predecessor, Balázs Bús, he had more than six billion forints in his coffers. But it is worth mentioning the VIII., Which is fighting scandals suspected of corruption. The situation of the district, where the Fidesz city administration handed over the keys with 2.6 billion to the left-liberal mayor, András Pikó, who complained most about the lack of funds. The situation is similar with regard to the “defamation” of local governments. As we have reported, there is no question of the government penalizing districts for the results achieved in municipal votes. On the contrary: Budapest has an abundance of funds, as, for example, the Municipality of Budapest has HUF 180 billion in government securities savings and has ninety-four billion forints in its commercial bank account. Let us add that, according to press reports, the legacy left behind by István Tarlós may soon run out, and not precisely because of which Karácsony it erupts on a daily basis.

At the same time, there is the not insignificant tendency, according to which the capital was the biggest winner of the economic and development policy decisions of the Fidesz – KDNP governments, and its business tax revenues have doubled in the last ten years. If we look at the recently adopted budget, we cannot speak of a “Budapest tax” in the light of it, as according to the current situation, the capital will receive more than one hundred and fifteen billion forints of operating support from the state next year. This is HUF 22 billion more than this year.

The question arises, by when did the district savings go, what will be the fate of Stubble’s legacy? It is certain that in the last nine months, no decisions have really been made that would take into account the interests of the people of Budapest, they would earn the trust they received last autumn. Following the trends of the recent period, it has become clear that the capital has become a paying point for the left-liberals, a power political playground for the opposition.

As we wrote, the winner of the accumulation of positions in Budapest and the accompanying public dispersion was the left-wing party clientele. This is how Tibor Draskovics was appointed chairman of the board of BKK, so Imre Lakos and Sofia Havas returned to the stage. (XXXXK )’s narrow set of party politics is estimated to cost more than two hundred million more over the next five years than the previous city leadership. As a previous article in 24.hu pointed out, left-wing leaders cost the capital's taxpayers one billion a year. Among the most expensive municipalities are those where the previous city administration has accumulated significant savings.


Tags: Budapest  Left-wing destruction 

Time bomb on the Grand Boulevard joint bus-bike lane

Public transport is slowing down, cyclists are endangered by dilettante politics

Time bomb on the Grand Boulevard joint bus-bike lane


It is an accepted traffic policing rule that a cyclist may use the bus lane if the traffic situation allows it. But the reverse of this, experts say, is life-threatening.

According to the press office of the Budapest Transport Center, it is not at all dangerous that due to the metro renovations, the replacement buses can run on the painted bicycle lanes of the Grand Boulevard a few months ago. The press officer of the press office told Magyar Nemzet that BKK does not consider it dangerous at all that from mid-July huge, 18-meter-long, 16-ton articulated buses will run on the same lane as cyclists, starting a bus every two minutes and setting up stops in the bicycle lanes. According to the press office, the drivers were prepared for the common use of the lane, its traffic safety and accident prevention dangers.

Temporarily placed traffic signs regulate traffic on Üllői út and Ferenc körút during the modernization works related to the renovation of the M3 metro line. Replacement buses can use the temporary bike lane, but cars, taxis and motorbikes are still prohibited in this lane. The same is true due to the renovation of the boulevard tramway at the Corvin Quarter stop, where the tram replacement bus stop is also right in the middle of the bike lane. In other words, if a cyclist in Budapest used bicycle lanes painted according to the idea of ​​Mayor Gergely Karácsony, he would have to avoid buses from pedestrians on the sidewalk or towards the lane of motorists, which experts say is not much in a crowded, big city traffic.

Or there is one: when the huge bus and the bike use a common lane. During a reduction in traffic due to an emergency ordered due to a coronavirus, recklessly and unjustifiably painted bicycle lanes can again create an accident-prone situation. In response to an article in our newspaper a month ago, concrete blocks protecting cyclists were removed from Oradea Square at night, and 15 accidents occurred in a week due to poor lane painting and the placement of dangerous concrete closures. According to another ill-considered plan, bicycle lanes were converted into mixed traffic lanes, with buses replacing the metro also being allowed on this stretch of road. The use of the lane is regulated by the “no entry except BKK, except bicycles” sign. In the section of Üllői út close to Nagyvárad tér and Kálvin tér, the extreme traffic lane can be used not only by cyclists but also by articulated buses, according to the resolution of the transport company's press office:

Subway bus drivers can consider for themselves whether it is necessary to use the extreme traffic lane in the current traffic situation. If the schedule can be kept in the inner lanes, they don’t have to drive onto the bike lane. However, if the traffic situation or congestion justifies it, they can also drive in the extreme lane, in which case cyclists can be avoided by using the middle lane. - can be read on the BKK website.

The beauty of the thing is that buses departing every two minutes on congested roads due to lane reduction make it difficult to perform this maneuver with the right, accident-prone distance. Bus drivers say long, heavy monsters have a large dead space, unable to respond to an accident-prone situation with such subtle steering movements as grabbing the wheel of a car, making it harder to spot a cyclist. A cyclist who rides on a painted bicycle lane with the certainty that it is only his or her can not get in trouble there. The bus drivers said that their care was not enough to avoid the danger, but the cyclists were not prepared for this, and no one could be expected to do so, they ride regularly in the lane set up for them. It would have been easier to stop lane painting at least for the duration of the renovations, but this would have meant that the city administration of Budapest also admits that the idea of ​​bicycle lanes taken from car traffic was a bad idea. In addition, there are those who, in violation of the rule, ride a scooter or skateboard in the bike lanes, and next to the buses, it is a suicide. The trouble is, most of the scooters are tourists who trust it, accustomed to the fact that the bike lane is just his.

According to the Budapest taxi driver András Cserháti, the bike lane on the boulevard is already unused, but for those who still drive there, it was not safe for them to interact with the buses. Taxi drivers are unanimous in their view that when crossing right or parking for picking up passengers, it is essential for cars to cross the bike lane, it is up to the drivers to make them an emergency, the rider is going straight and feeling safe. With buses, this is harder to solve, it’s harder to get around, there’s a situation where you may not notice the bike when they stop at the temporary stops.

Mihály Erdélyi, a bicycle courier, has a similar opinion. He claims that bus drivers do not always measure the distance well, the space is small, the traffic is heavy, once in ten cases they are sure to cut dangerously when stopping in front of cyclists. If metro substitutes start every two minutes, the emergency situation can multiply, in the heat of 38 degrees in the summer, the stress of traffic is really a time bomb for shared lane use.

According to the Urban and Suburban Transport Association (VEKE), cyclists already used few lanes along busy roads, they did not want to risk their lives between cars, trucks and buses. According to VEKE, it is insane to force the heaviest and most vulnerable vehicles, which, moreover, have a similar average speed, as buses always stop at the stop. Therefore, buses and cyclists should avoid each other.

János Lengyel, a transport engineer-forensic expert, also believes that BKK trusts the routine, attention and care of bus drivers, but this is not enough to permanently eliminate an accident-prone situation. This is not the way to eliminate an emergency, as renovations and the provision of public transport are more important, at least by this time the bicycle lanes on Üllői út, close to the Corvin district, should have been completely eliminated.

BKK itself has acknowledged that the common lane is not quite secure, but there seems to be much more to it than that. There is a danger that sooner or later a cyclist will be waded by a subway or tram replacement bus. Therefore, the transport company itself offers alternative routes for cyclists. However, given this, the big question is, if there are these “diversion roads” through less polluted streets that are safer than the average roundabout traffic, why didn’t the capital designate bike paths for these in April this year?


Tags: Budapest 

The Dobrev / Karácsony / László axis is lying again, silencing and distorting reality

The Dobrev / Karácsony / László axis is lying again, silencing and distorting reality

Two news items were published, but only one was advertised by the left, and they also lied: Klára Dobrev sets the 1.5 billion that Újbuda "won" for her own merit

Dobrev’s saying that the opportunity for local governments to apply directly is his merit is a lie. He writes: "This is how it should be done! The local government of Újbuda in the South has successfully applied to the European Union. They won HUF 1.5 billion to build an online cultural community. The success of Újbuda is also important because it seems that bypassing the government, local governments can apply. then to eu resources. That's what we promised in the campaign, it became a reality! "

Reality: In which now the XI. district won is as follows:

So this is the 5th round of an urban development fund launched in 2015, which neither Klara Dobrev, nor the DK, nor the other left-liberal parties have anything to do with its launch.

The situation is that the first application period was already in the 2015-16 round:

In Hungarian, Dobrev has achieved nothing, but lies and adorns himself with other feathers.

Meanwhile, other news not advertised by the left came to light: due to its paralysis Karácsony, the capital lost a HUF 1 billion EU subsidy. The difference between the two amounts is 500 million, ie 16 months' salary of Gergely Karácsony's consultants, of which 9 months have already been spent.

The capital, led by Gergely Karácsony, committed another huge buck, this time with EU support. Due to a faulty planning by the “expert” management, Budapest lost 900 million VAT sources, which would have meant one billion forints to the capital with an intensity of 85 percent.

The first section of the Csepel ridge was completed by the Budapest Municipality led by István Tarlós. In February of this year, the General Assembly of the Metropolis accepted the tender for the second and third sections of the ridge, and even provided the deductible, but it has now turned out that Karácsony a huge mistake was made in preparing the petition, so EU support is swimming. The story is interesting just because all the opposition politicians - led by Klara Dobrev - are campaigning loudly for EU money to be given to local governments. Now would have been an opportunity for a district to develop with EU support, but Karácsony the opportunity has gone away due to paralysis. Interestingly, neither Mrs. Gyurcsany nor the opposition politicians in Brussels are talking about this anymore. Could it bother them that Csepel has a Fidesz leadership? It would be interesting…

The first section of the Csepel ridge was completed by the Budapest Municipality led by István Tarlós and the Csepel Municipality led by Szilárd Németh. Based on the agreement of the Mayor of Csén, Lénárd Borbély and István Talós, HUF 400 million of the capital's own resources were provided for the planning and preparation of the 2nd and 3rd phases. This was enough to start the work, but no longer to make the complete construction plans. Therefore, the government, considering it important for the development of the capital and supporting Budapest, included it in the list of CEF projects financed by the Union. This gave the capital the opportunity to apply for 900 million VAT funds, which could have been spent on port development.

In its decision in February, the Metropolitan General Assembly also accepted that they should apply and provided the co-payment.
However, during the preparation of the application, the management Karácsony made a gross mistake, as they did not apply for port development, ie road development related to the port, in order to approach it, but submitted it smoothly as road development.
Therefore, understandably, the European Commission does not mention in the evaluation report the project proposal for the full preparation of the final phases of the Capital and BKK Csepel ridge, as it was not evaluated in detail due to incorrect submission, as “Road” was submitted as a sub-priority instead of “Port”, where the application was not eligible.


The ridge has long been a struggling topic for the district government. Lénárd Borbély, the mayor of Csepel, said that the construction of the ridge was a 1993 story, which was promised by Gábor Demszky.

He promised this in every election campaign. Then came the mayor's office of István Tarlós and then, with his support, the first section of the ridge was built in 2012, said the mayor of Fidesz.

He added that the construction was divided into three phases. For the next local government cycle between 2014 and 2019 - when Lénárd Borbély was already the mayor - it was agreed with István Tarlós that planning would continue for the construction of further sections of the ridge road. The capital has allocated HUF 400 million for this purpose in its budget. As he said, it has already been seen that this money will not be enough to fully plan the project. The municipality has decided to merge the second and third phases and will also plan and implement them. This was followed by a call for proposals opened by the European Union. This is a so-called CEF tender, where you can apply for a port and port-related developments. The government has recognized that the backbone is an important infrastructure investment for both the district and Budapest.

That is why the government has included the backbone in the project list, giving them the opportunity to apply for EU funding. A general meeting decision was made on this in February. The tender should have been submitted as an infrastructure development leading to the port, which is fully in place, as it would be an easy way to get to the free port of Csepel via the ridge road, said Lénárd Borbély.

The situation, however, is that the “experts” in the capital submitted the tender as a smooth road development that has nothing to do with the port. That is why this application was clearly rejected without a substantive evaluation.
I think such a gross professional mistake can be made very rarely, I think there may even be intent behind it. I can't imagine it being any different, ”added the mayor of Csepel. He said he would ask Gergely Karácsony that since this application had been submitted in this way and the district had lost a net 900 million plus VAT grant, the capital would set aside this money from its budget for further planning and make up the necessary funding.

Lénárd Borbély said that since Gergely Karácsony was the mayor, the Csepel municipality had wanted to install a homeless hotel in the city center without his knowledge, and the mayor had pulled the municipality out of all possible road renovations in the cycle. money from the development of the cycle path network from the European Union. (He withdrew the latter not only from Csepel but also from two other districts.)

On behalf of my district, I expect the mayor to stand up if this application has already been submitted and to pay the capital city’s additional planning costs, as this is already a capital investment, the mayor said.


Tags: Budapest  European Union  Gyurcsány 

The Healthy Budapest Program

The Healthy Budapest Program

! ️The Healthy Budapest Program is the largest hospital development program in Budapest and Pest County in recent decades. Developments amounted to HUF 700 billion by 2026, and so far in the amount of HUF 245 billion.

Before the left takes ownership of the developments, let us be clear: It is not Gergely Karácsony and the left that is behind it. The Healthy Budapest Program is the responsibility of EMMI, which provides resources and coordinates developments.

The coronavirus epidemic has shifted priorities, but the Healthy Budapest Program (EBP), the most significant health development in the country's history in the capital and the Central Hungarian region, continues, said Attila Tóvizi, Deputy Director General of the State Health Care Center at Magyar Nemzet. in an interview released Tuesday.

In 2020, another HUF 40 billion will be spent on health developments in Budapest, the Ministry of Human Resources writes in a statement.

In the case of almost 20 hospitals in Budapest and Pest County, as well as in the case of specialist clinics, the preparation of the planning documentation required for the implementation of the Healthy Budapest Program (EBP) has recently started. In the health development program worth more than HUF 700 billion, the institutions have so far been able to acquire almost 5,000 surgical, anesthetic, imaging, as well as cardiological, gynecological, rehabilitation-therapeutic, ophthalmic and laboratory equipment.

In the largest health development program in the history of Budapest and Pest counties, the infrastructural, medical technology and IT development of the 4 central hospitals, 11 national medical institutions, 24 partner hospitals and 32 specialist clinics continues. The Government provided HUF 40 billion in 2017 and HUF 30 billion in 2018 for the nine-year modernization program. In the budget of 2019, the EBP received HUF 41.9 billion, and in 2020 the Program will continue from HUF 40 billion. So far, a total of about HUF 245 billion of domestic and EU funds have been decided.

The Healthy Budapest Program has also set the renewal of the diagnostic and therapeutic instrument park and IT equipment of hospitals, national institutes and specialist clinics by 2026.

As part of medical technology developments in the recent past with more than 4,200 surgical instruments (operating tables, high-frequency surgical cutting devices, C-arm surgical X-ray image intensifiers, ophthalmic operating microscopes, defibrillator devices, patient monitoring monitors); The institutions were enriched with 337 anesthesia machines (159 ventilators and 178 anesthesia machines) and 20 imaging equipment (DSA, CT, MRI, X-ray;).

In addition, more than 600 traumatology beds, hundreds of endoscopes, ECGs, Holters, cardiology, gynecology, rehabilitation-therapy, ophthalmology and laboratory equipment, as well as ultrasound devices were delivered to hospitals in Budapest and Pest County.

Unprecedented hardware development has also taken place in recent months: more than 12,000 IT devices (server, PC, laptop, tablet and printer) have been procured so far, ensuring that the region’s entire hospital IT park will be replaced by the end of the year.

In the framework of infrastructural developments, in the case of 17 hospitals and specialist clinics - including the National Oncology Institute, the National Korányi Pulmonology Institute, the Nyírő Gyula National Institute of Psychiatry and Addiction, the Pest County Flór Ferenc Hospital, the Uzsoki Street Ferenc Hospital and Jahzs Street Hospital In the hospital - the preparation of the design documentation required for the construction has started.

Contracts signed

🇭🇺The National Korányi Pulmonology Institute in Buda is affected, where in addition to the renovation of several buildings and parts of buildings, two new buildings are also planned.
🇭🇺In addition to the renovations, an oncodiagnostic center will be established at the National Institute of Oncology. The National Institute of Rheumatology and Physiotherapy is renovating and building a 15,000-square-foot hospital.
🇭🇺The renovation of the main building, the rehabilitation building and the catering building at the Pulmonary Medical Institute in Törökbálint, as well as the design of a new building for the children's ward, began.
🇭🇺The renovation of two buildings and the kitchen in Szent Imre University Teaching Hospital is planned.
🇭🇺In South Pest, the planning of the renovation and new parts of several buildings, the Gizella and Paula sites, will begin at the Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Hospital and Clinic.
🇭🇺The National Institute of Traumatology of the Péterfy Hospital Outpatient Clinic is planning to renovate the Sándor Street, Fiumei Street and Alsóerdősor Street sites, as well as to build a new hospital wing.
🇭🇺Several buildings are planned to be renovated in the Toldy Ferenc Hospital and Outpatient Institution, including the doctor-nurse's hostel and the ophthalmology, and within the planning of the Jahn Ferenc South-Pest Hospital, the renovation of the Csepel site is of key importance.
🇭🇺In North Pest, plans are underway to renovate several buildings at the Flór Ferenc Hospital in Pest County, as well as to build a new outpatient and internal medicine building.
🇭🇺The complex architectural rehabilitation of some levels of the Károlyi Sándor Hospital and the new building on Nyár Street are planned.
🇭🇺The National Institute of Clinical Neuroscience plans to renovate two buildings and build two new ones.
🇭🇺The plans for Uzsoki Street Hospital include the renovation of the new wing of the Róna Street building, the oncology hotel, the two existing buildings for educational and administrative purposes, the design of a new oncology, logistics, chronic and rehabilitation building, and the creation of a parking garage.
🇭🇺In the Ödön Jávorszky Hospital, the III. main building, as well as a new nurse's hostel and a new specialist clinic.
🇭🇺The west wing of the main building of the Szent Kozma and Damján Rehabilitation Specialist Hospital is being renovated and a new building is being built.
🇭🇺In addition to the renovations at St. Margaret's Hospital, which also affect the nursing home, an extension to Building A and a new building are planned.
🇭🇺At the Gyula Nyírő National Institute of Psychiatry and Addiction, in addition to the renovation of individual buildings and one of the boiler houses, a new gate and a thousand meters of new fences can be made.

The picture shows the visual plan of the development of the Jahn Ferenc Hospital in South Pest, the new CT equipment of the national cardiology center, the XIV. district Uzsoki street hospital can be seen.


Tags: Budapest  Healthcare 

The performance of the left during an epidemic - the biggest scandals

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The performance of the left during an epidemic - the biggest scandals

They don’t put that on the wall and we never forget them. We could not expect the Hungarian left in an epidemic situation either. Their politicians abused their trust and the power vested in them, using the epidemic for political gain.

Camouflage videos, fake news, needy, children, kindergartens, deprivation of wages, neglect of nursing homes and homeless people, intimidation, stopping and obstructing developments, wasting public property, obstructing free expression, penalizing fossil districts, foreclosure , obstruction of governance and defense, fraud of voters, communist methods, intimidation, listing, word of mouth, political cleansing, tourism, attack on the hospitality industry, incitement to social tensions, contempt.

The Numbers team gathered and thematically grouped their most inhumane and most scandalous actions. Share this with everyone because it will be needed before the 2022 election. People soon forget the bad and rather remember the good, so it happens today that Ferenc Gyurcsány, who sent the country and millions of Hungarian families to the floor, shot our eyes, he may be the leader of the left today.

Let's see the reality! Each of the listed articles can be found athttps://szamokadatok.hu/on our website (if you could remove the censorship)

🔴🔴🔴Video of some of the crimes listed below:https://www.facebook.com/szamokadatok/videos/3335953163089582

🔴🔴🔴Camouflage videos, lies, fake news

🔴🔴🔴Corruption of needy children, kindergartens, deprivation of wages, nursing homes, homeless people, intimidation

🔴🔴🔴Stopping and obstructing developments

🔴🔴🔴Wasting public property

🔴🔴🔴Obstruction of freedom of expression

🔴🔴🔴Punishment of Fidesz districts

🔴🔴🔴Economy Contracts

🔴🔴🔴Foreign and domestic maturity

🔴🔴🔴Indebtedness of cities and urban companies

🔴🔴🔴Governance and obstruction of defense

🔴🔴🔴Election promises and reality

🔴🔴🔴Communist methods, intimidation, listing, word of mouth, political cleansing

🔴🔴🔴Attack on tourism and hospitality


🔴🔴🔴Creating social tensions


Tags: Budapest  Council  Double standard  Left-wing destruction  Media 

We refuted the camouflage video of 444

Lies, slips, opinions

We refuted the camouflage video of 444

🔴🔴🔴We tasted one of the latest camouflage videos on the serial blog called 444. Not even Olga Kálmán was able to cram that many lies in a single video, the 444 managed the impossible. Numbers in 12 points refutes the left-liberals.
For the nervous only, this is the 444 "masterpiece"https://youtu.be/e6B6_BNBRj0

The majority of the video (about 60%) consists of opinions, emotionally based and unsubstantiated, non-specific statements. We will not react to these either, because there is nothing to do. In some cases, statements made 20 years ago are contrasted with extraordinary measures taken due to an unexpected epidemic situation, and the compilation of trained pseudo-news producers is full of similar “subtleties”. For example, 20 years ago, educational and health care institutions were maintained by the local government, the Gyurcsánys closed them continuously, they are currently under a central budget and control, and the state is constantly developing both areas. We refute the specific issues raised in the video in points.

! ️1. Diósgyőr Castle: It is a lie that the government withdrew the grant agreement.

The reality, on the other hand, is that Pál Veres, the mayor of Miskolc, was unable to sign the contract for more than half a year. As Paul Veres' chair warmed up, he began to shatter his plans! In the hope of the concert, the new city management wanted to make more and more technical changes in the plans! And the government even accepted that. There was a significant delay, but on February 20 this year, the government gave Paul Veres and his team a chance to sign a valid contract with the contractor. Compared to this, Pál Veres was unable to decide and sign the related construction contract for another two months. If you sign, today Miskolc is 1.5 billion forints richer

Our full article on the topic:https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/908/Valotlansagokat_allit_Veres_Pal_a_Diosgyori_var_15_milliard_forintot_erinto_forraselvonasarol

! ️2. Business tax: It is a lie that the government takes away the business tax, and it is especially a lie to say this in general, for all municipalities. The reality is that no one takes anything.
What is it about:
According to a bill, the government can declare investments that create at least HUF 5 billion in costs, create and maintain costs, to be a special economic zone. What is the purpose of the government? Protect jobs - no more, no less. In the case of Göd, the money will not be taken by anyone, the money will be transferred to the County Assembly and will be used locally in close cooperation with the mayors. It’s not going to be true to steal, and that’s a big problem for them. If there is a special economic zone in several places, the government will not take anything there either, the government will give billions for job creation, which will create many new jobs (as it has been 850,000 since 2010), and will become a solvent population that spends money locally. strengthen the economy of the given city or region.
In Göd, the problem is not the designation of the Samsung factory as a special economic zone, but the quarrel between the left-liberals. The Government did not want to take more than 4,000 employees of the Samsung plant hostage to this.

Our full articles on the topic:https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/1019/Sir_a_baloldal_es_a_fakenews_mediajuk_mert_nem_tudjak_ELLOPNI_az_emberek_penzet

! ️3. Car Tax: It is a lie that this is a significant deduction, and also that it is “sending municipalities to the floor” The reality is that the government spends 20% of GDP on epidemic management and everyone takes their share of the burden. The government asked only 1.13% of their revenues from local governments. There were far more outages than this for workers, companies, entrepreneurs, state-owned companies, and the state itself. The government has always helped local governments, for example, in 2013 it took over HUF 1,200 billion in debt from them, now it has asked for only HUF 34 billion in return. More than 2,000 billion worth of developments have been implemented in Budapest alone, a significant part of which also brings new revenues to the city.
Municipalities will get back 3.4 times the $ 34 billion “sarc” next year.

Our full articles on the topic:https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/718/Balliberalis_polgarmesterek_alairasgyujtese

! ️4. Parking: It is a lie that the government takes the parking money. The reality is that parking has been made free by the government for a temporary period (which is long over anyway) as a measure of the epidemic situation. While, for example, Gergely Karácsony reduced the number of flights and crowded people on buses, the Government made a responsible decision and made parking free for the time necessary for those who want and know to be able to drive, because the most important thing is the lives of Hungarians. Left-liberals have always used parking companies as a payment point, Gergely Karácsony's parking company in Zugló was the only loss-making parking company in Tarlós's time. Not knowing where the money was put. As Mayor Karácsony, the price of parking has been raised by 30%, idiots and unnecessary bike lanes have been designated, and everything is being done to make the lives of motorists impossible.

Our full articles on the topic:https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/1340/Minel_nagyobb_a_baj_a_baloldal_annal_jobban_lehuzza_az_embereket

! ️5. The bill of Zsolt Semjén: This was not adopted, and even withdrawn, precisely so that there would be no screaming, but it became screaming nonetheless. We wrote an article about this earlier because we anticipated that it would still be needed. In particular, this is proposal T / 9934, which has already been withdrawn by the governing parties in the name of cooperation. It is worth writing a few words about this because the left will certainly not forget this proposal.
Under the proposal, mayors who sabotage government action in an emergency or cause direct panic among the residents of the settlement they run would not have had more opportunities to do so. Let us remember the outbreak of the MSZP mayor of Mohács, who arbitrarily took over the powers of the operational tribe and declared Mohács the focal point of the epidemic, quarantined the city and ordered a curfew. By doing so, he exceeded his authority, and even luckily, in his great effort, he did not order the right of pallos and the right of the first night.
What was the problem with the opposition with this bill?
Their main problem was that if the law had been passed, the mayors would not have been able to make a decision in one person, but would have had to discuss their decisions with the Defense Committee for the physical integrity of us all.

Our full article on the topic:https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/672/A_polgarmesterek_dontesi_joga_koruli_nyugtalankodasrol_avagy_a_balliberalisok_altal_oly_sokat_emlegetett_fekek_es_ellensulyok_rendszererol

! ️6. Göd again: A larger dose of “crying” follows: (dust, noise, road condition, “Göd’s will”, etc.): we can’t say anything about the mayor’s anti-factory and anti-workplace statements: this is the Hungarian left! The factory employs 4,300 people, if that’s not the case, we don’t know what the 444 journalist means by “Gödian interest”. All factors (dust, noise, road, etc.) are below the environmental limits, and revenues from the factory will also be spent locally, including for road development. It is not the Government that stops the developments, but the result of the Göd left-liberal march is the resetting of the developments. The mayor abused his special authority given by the emergency and used it to, for example, enter into an independent consultancy contract with Iglu Ltp Kft. He did so despite the fact that the majority of the municipal council also opposed the agreement and the finance committee did not decide on the proposal. According to our information, Balogh's decision was confirmed by a member of the external committee of Momentum, who is a personal acquaintance of Lucsik.

Our full articles on the topic:

! ️7. “Samsung Factory Not Informed” - We listened to this twice because we didn’t want to believe our ears that this 444 lies, thousands of people believe it. If he had not been informed, he would obviously not have come here and, above all, would not have started the development of the second phase of the factory.

Our full article on the topic:https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/823/God_-_kulonleges_gazdasagi_ovezet

! ️8. “Compensating residents” - we don’t know how to compensate residents, but we think 4,300 jobs is just enough compensation. Some say that foreigners work in the factory, and this may be partly true, but there is a bit of a bump: Hungarian law says that a foreign worker can only be hired if there is no suitable Hungarian candidate for the position, so all Hungarian workers who wants to work in the factory can work there. Perhaps Gergely Karácsony, László Csőzik, Péter Niedermüller or Botka could show how they “compensate” the residents for a factory.

! ️9. Revenues of cities have decreased: Bravo! Everyone's has fallen: the state's revenue has fallen, the revenue of state-owned companies has fallen, companies', private entrepreneurs, shops, gas stations, highways have fallen, and virtually everyone's revenue has fallen. Revenues from tourism and the hospitality industry have zeroed in, do left-wing municipalities want to profit from the situation? Even though their revenues and budgets have been growing year by year, are they unwilling to take their share of the burden? We are no longer surprised by this, but when we see such a “scream” we react to it. Using the example of Budapest, we show in the following articles how unscrupulous they lie. They are the ones who take the money from the Fidesz districts, Tarlós did not do that. Tarlós' last budget was 385 billion forints, Karácsony this year's budget is 415 billion, and next year's 425 billion. What are you talking about?

Our full article on the topic:

! ️10: The cost of defense: The left would also pay for this with the government, while for example Csaba Czeglédy has 36 million, but they do not have 35 million for defense. The epidemic not only meant new expenditures, but also significant savings. In the following article, we show what this is all about using the example of Újpest. for example
* declining energy bills
* redundancies in the SZTK
* savings due to the suspension of nursery and kindergarten care
* costs saved for missed programs
* savings of cultural institutions that suspend their operation
In the case of Újpest, this is 100 million, which covers roughly three times the cost of the defense.

Our full article on the topic:

! ️11: VIII.-IX. "abstract billions" of districts: Lying, no one was away.

Pikó, District VIII: Chronology.
District 1 billion road:
April 2019: Sarah Botond asks.
June 2019: Máté Kocsis kilobbizza at the government.
July 2019: the parliament votes (Antal Csárdi votes “NO”!)
October 2019: Pico becomes mayor.
In 2020, the money will be available.
February 13-March 23, 2020: Pico has no idea what to do -> doesn't call for money, while other cities do.
March 23, 2020: The government blocks money as an unused resource due to the epidemic.
Since then: András Pikó, instead of seeing himself as a bastard, is constantly lying and blaming others.

Our full article on the topic:

IX. district Baranyi 400 million.
Krisztina Baranyi did not need the HUF 400 million grant, and then accused the government of not giving this money.

After Krisztina Baranyi attacked the government by "taking 400 million forints" from Ferencváros, at the sitting of the parliament on May 18, 2020, it turned out to be a complete lie. Tibor Pogácsás, State Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior, said in a parliamentary briefing, Baranyi requested in a letter to the Ministry that the development should not take place. Hypocritical political communication in the IX. from the left mayor of the district, the same thing happened as with András Pikó in Józsefváros.
"They took 400 million forints from Ferencváros. This is the amount of the Hungarian budget that is intended for the renovation of the community house, which was completely destroyed. It is missing to fight the epidemic. " - at the end of April, Krisztina Baranyi informed her followers with this entry intended for dramas that the district she ruled had again lost serious development funds, according to her, due to the government. However, Péter Juhász's Former Representative did not reveal every detail of the truth: someone was really to blame for the loss to the part of the city, and she is called Krisztina Baranyi.
Máté Kocsis: Tasteless Baranyi
Máté Kocsis reacted to the latest developments on the community page. "In connection with the József Attila housing estate community house, Krisztina Baranyi herself requested in a letter that this investment should not be realized," the Fidesz faction leader explained in the National Assembly, according to which
the mayor of Ferencváros himself requested that the investment not take place.
Kocsis assessed Baranyi's behavior in the matter as tasteless. "To put it mildly, it's tasteless to blame others (mainly the government and me) for failing to renovate two months after that." The rubble remains, "he wrote on his community page, pretending to be disappointed. it catches up later. " he said.


! ️12: The room for maneuver of local governments is decreasing: Very interesting! No Fidesz municipality is crying, even though they are burdened by exactly the same “tribes”. They solve it, beautifully, quietly, cleverly. The left is lying so much in this area that even existing developments with already available resources, possibly in the construction phase, are stopped, and this was not started at the time of the epidemic, but before that, even though there is money - no expertise. They spend the money on their buddies, they just take it away from the cities, the residents, raise taxes and introduce new tributes. Let's look at some examples.


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Tags: Budapest  Council  Economy  Left-wing destruction  Media  Tax 

It is not just the renovation of the Chain Bridge: the whole of Budapest has been shut down by the left for 5 years

Renovation of roads, squares, buildings, trams is left behind in Budapest, because the big words spoken in the campaign do not take place in Budapest.

It is not just the renovation of the Chain Bridge: the whole of Budapest has been shut down by the left for 5 years

There is also news from the tap about the Chain Bridge, but the situation is much more dramatic: the left-liberal city administration has stopped virtually all projects, putting thousands of jobs at risk and depriving the nearly two million city dwellers of decent living conditions.

Dirt, homeless, stink, weeds, rubbish: this is what characterizes one of the busiest public areas of Budapest today, the Blaha Lujza Square.

Homeless people sit in Blaha Lujza Square near the bus stop and the underpass, but there are people who have moved here all the time and are sleeping on the street during bright days. The area stinks of the smell of alcohol and cigarette smoke, so passers-by tend to rush on with their heads turned.

In March 2019, the Hungarian Nation reported that the Blaha would be renewed, only then did something happen - a bad decision in the October municipal elections.

Quote the article:
"Blaha Lujza Square will soon be completely reborn, with the renovation of which I would like to make the capital's prominent junction more livable. Construction work will start this autumn and is expected to last for a year.
Fifty-five years ago, Blaha Lujza Square looks the same as it does now. If we position it in Budapest, we can say that the Pest side is Széll Kálmán tere. It is important not only for the people of Józsefváros, but also for the other people of Budapest that a livable, pedestrian-friendly community space is created.

After the "takeover" in October, virtually all development came to a halt. Gergely Karácsony (more precisely Ferenc Gyurcsány) blocked the HUF 65 billion earmarked for developments. The decision is unreasonable, as the city has only HUF 180 billion in assets available from government bonds and this money could be called at any time. The goal of left-liberals is not development and job creation, but job losses, increasing the number of poor, vulnerable people, creating general dissatisfaction.

In the case of Blaha, the situation is similar to that in the case of the Chain Bridge: we have the plans, we have the money, we just have to write the public procurement.

HUF 65 billion blocked by the Budapest Municipality from its budget, therefore several developments in Budapest have to be postponed

The blocked items also affect the following investments:

- The first phase of the HUF 1 billion reconstruction of the Town Hall.
- Energy modernization of the buildings of the Metropolitan Municipality (HUF 1.2 billion).
- Renovation of Blaha Lujza Square (HUF 100 million).
- The renovation of Széna Square (HUF 787 million) or only partially implemented.
- Road and bridge renovations (HUF 2 billion), traffic engineering renovations (HUF 756 million).
- Construction of bicycle storage facilities (HUF 300 million).
- Climate protection developments (HUF 470 million).
- Chain Bridge, Castle Tunnel, Széchenyi Square Tramway (11.8 billion).

It seems that it is not the money that is lacking in Budapest, but the expertise and the will to do it.

Is Budapest for everyone? No. Budapest is surrounded by a narrow buddy, the others get stench, dirt, rubbish and public spaces and public buildings that are deteriorating day by day.



Tags: Budapest 

A tale of empty coffers - here are the numbers, here is the reality

A tale of empty coffers - here are the numbers, here is the reality

Billions have been inherited from Fidesz leadership by left-wing municipalities

Closing accounts of the larger settlements that became left-wing in October:

Budapest Municipality: 160 billion government bonds 40 billion cash.
Baja: 4.2 billion
Miskolc: 2.3 billion
Budapest XI. district (Újbuda): 6 billion
Budapest II. district: 9.3 billion
Budapest VI. district (Terézváros): 8.4 billion
Budapest VII. district (Erzsébetváros): 3.6 billion
Budapest VIII. district (Józsefváros): 2.6 billion
Budapest IX. district (Ferencváros): 3.6 billion
Budapest III. district (Óbuda): 6.4 billion
Budapest IV. district (Újpest): 4 billion
Budapest XVIII. district: 3.6 billion
Dunaújváros: 1.4 billion
Eger: 23.8 billion
Erd: 41.5 billion
Vac: 620 million
Szombathely: 267 million

Former Mayor István Tarlós handed over Budapest to the Budapest Metropolitan Municipality (Gergely Karácsony) with HUF 40 billion in cash and HUF 160 billion in government bonds, so it would be difficult to say that he did not have money for his obligations.

While left-wing mayors elected last autumn complain about withdrawals, recent final accounts of larger settlements show that they have inherited billions in remnants from the previous Fidesz leadership. In some cases, this amounts to more than ten billion forints: in Érden, for example - whose mayor, László Csőzik spoke directly about the possibility of bankruptcy due to alleged withdrawals - forty-eight percent of the budget remained.

In Hungary, there is a tendency for right-wing, conservative governments to pursue mostly disciplined fiscal policies, not to allow deficits, while left-wing cabinets waste money irresponsibly, often without collateral, burdening their successors with heavy loans. While in recent weeks the opposition has consistently complained that the government is bleeding the municipalities they lead, the final accounts that are now being prepared show that former right-wing mayors have left significant resources to their left-wing successors.

Semolina division in Józsefváros
According to the data, the new left-wing mayors can count on serious sums in Budapest, which has the most politically heated atmosphere. The best is the II. district, where a balance of HUF 9.3 billion was generated last year, 8.4 billion in Terézváros, followed by Óbuda with a balance of HUF 6.4 billion. In many rural settlements, even more significant sums are involved: HUF 41.5 billion remained in the coffers in Erd and HUF 23.8 billion in Eger, but in Baja and Miskolc the opposition city leaders can count on additional resources next year. András Pikó, the leader of Józsefváros, attacked the government in loud messages, asking the local governments to take their share of the fight against the epidemic. In any case, the solidarity contribution in question is not a deduction, but an aid to disadvantaged municipalities. However, it has already been eloquently called a “manna distribution” by a mayor with a background Momentum to decide how to spend the money left over from last year thanks to the management of the previous Fidesz district administration. The latter amount of money in Józsefváros is HUF 2.6 billion, which is much more than twice the amount collected due to pandemic expenses.

Incidentally, even in Pikó's victory last October, it was clear that the new, left-wing city administration could have no reason to complain, as it had taken over the VIII. districts. Nor can it be said that Pikó did not speak against the fact that the renovation of Orczy Square and the modernization of the surrounding roads were out of the capital's plans, after Gergely Karácsony decided to do so on behalf of the Metropolitan Assembly during the emergency. With this, the mayor took a serious 1.4 billion project from Józsefváros, which the left-wing mayor did not talk to him, nor did he cancel another development worth HUF 1.8 billion in the case of Karácsony Blaha Lujza Square.

Overpriced contracts
Among the loudest critics of the solidarity contribution is the mayor of Érd, László Csőzik, although the local government he leads has inherited a record amount of 41 billion from his pro-government predecessor. In a newspaper interview, he complained that a quarter of the funds available for development had been taken away by the state, even though the remainder was more than eighty percent of the local government's fifty billion forints annual budget. At a joint press conference last Christmas with Christmas, Csőzik spoke directly about the possibility that the government could bankrupt local governments “at the touch of a button” based on next year’s central budget. It is noteworthy that György Gémesi, the mayor of Gödöllő, who was also present at the event, refuted this on the spot.

Péter Niedermüller, the mayor of Erzsébetváros in the SE, also described the solidarity contribution as a greater burden than it really was. The latter amount is 1.1 billion, compared to VII. with HUF 3.6 billion remaining under the Fidesz city administration of the district. Meanwhile, Niedermüller's office entered into a contract with the law firm of Csaba Czeglédy, accused of tax fraud of six billion, for several times the amount customary elsewhere. The allegedly overpriced contract is currently being investigated by the Government Office of the Capital City of Budapest on the basis of the principles of proportionality and necessity.

Balance sheets and statements
The government is also regularly accused of withdrawals by Csaba Horváth, the mayor of Zugló MSZP, who - provoking left-wing criticism - noted a proposal based on which he would spend about one hundred million forints a year on the district's parking software.
The Public Finance Act clearly defines how the state and local governments are to account for public money. An annual budget report on the assets and the implementation of the budget, and on this basis the final accounts, must be prepared. The law also stipulates that the draft final accounts decree on the implementation of the local government budget is prepared by the clerk and submitted by the mayor to the representative body. For information, the panel should be presented with balance sheets and statements on, for example, money spent, the debt status of the municipality, key figures for municipal companies and, of course, assets.


Tags: Budapest  Council