The solution is simple: The more people work, the less crime! And the Police detect crimes effectively, with modern tools, and a well-trained and committed staff. The less crime there is, the more time and effort is left to investigate a case at a time, and the three-blow law ensures that recidivist criminals get where they are: behind bars, for a good long time.
In summary, fewer and fewer start with the flowchart shown in the picture :)
👉Relationship between the number of employees and the number of crimes
👉The number of passenger cars in circulation in Hungary has increased by 936,736 since 2010 and by 108,786 in the last year!
👉Restoring the dignity of the police, increasing public safety. The number of crimes has been decreasing since 2010!
ORDER IN TWO WEEKS: THIS IS THE NUMBER OF CAR THEFT IN HUNGARY
The subject of constant opposition rages is the famous saying after the 2010 victory of Fidesz-KDNP: In two weeks we will put things in order in the parts of the country that still seem hopeless today - Viktor Orbán, April 12, 2010
Surely there is something to be held accountable and twisted: the two weeks already sound quite ambitious, and it is not clear to me which parts of the country it was possible to say, in short, measurability is a difficult task.
Interior Minister Sándor Pintér has been a little more cautious about it for a couple of months, but he definitely described the first period as successful:
The objective set for the police was achieved, it brought results (...) The presence of the police prevented crimes from occurring mainly in small settlements and in villages where there have been no police officers so far.
But then let’s look: what do we feel, what do we see personally (besides being FIDESZ LOP)? Let’s start with a very well-known, sad phenomenon: car thefts.
This is something that perhaps everyone may have experienced as a suffering party at least once in their lifetime. Helplessness, anger, anger, financial bankruptcy. But on second thought, they seem to have disappeared in recent years! Nor can we in our circle of acquaintances now remember anyone whose car had recently been stolen, meanwhile, in the 2000s, we had to say goodbye to two of our cars in half a year. Yes, between 2002 and 2010, but in case the MSZP really couldn't do that, it was just a victim of the circumstances.
And if we start to track down the numbers, our conjecture is confirmed: IN TEN YEARS, THE NUMBER OF CAR THEFT HAS FALLED. In 2010, another 5,864 vehicles were stolen at home, in 2019 896, in 2020 only 540 (of which 346 cars)! Never before have so few cars been stolen in Hungary - at least since the start of the count.
What is the reason for this? The trend has shown a convincing decline since 2014, just since the special unit of the police was on duty; an independent investigation team was set up, specializing in separate car thefts. They no longer circle missing cars, but target specialized criminal groups, and here, too, it is more effective to eliminate the root cause than to track down the cars with a stick.
Saying, reading the solution is simple: do it certainly not. Or was it just the will that was missing before?
Because, as we know, expertise came to government in 1996 as well, it couldn’t be a problem.
Vezess.hu mentions two other possible reasons: the owners are also becoming more and more conscious about protecting their cars, but according to speculations, gangs specializing in theft may also have moved more in the direction of human trafficking in recent years.
Whatever is possible, I don’t even consider systemic insurance fraud to be ruled out as far as the past is concerned, but the point is (look at the board): government intervention has brought incredible and undeniable improvement here too.
The decline is common in Europe and the region in general, but not to the same extent. Of course we know: the base was high! And so: people are so scared that they don't dare announce anymore ...
If not everywhere in two weeks, but in ten years it has become a bigger order here as well.