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David Dorosz: Free school tickets and travel attract schoolchildren to the hunting fair

David Dorosz: Free school tickets and travel attract schoolchildren to the hunting fair

“There is a place for every school in this event!” – With these words the school commissioner for the event invites schoolchildren and their teachers to the hunting fair in September, Zoltan Kovacs And in a bulletin sent to the heads of educational institutions, the foreign minister mentions it at least David Doros. According to the “politician of dialogue”, this is how I will “save” the hunting fair.

According to Dávid Dorosz’s post, as part of the Veil School program, groups of students can apply to attend the event, as they offer free admission to schoolchildren and faculty, as well as completely free travel with the state’s MÁV.

Not only does the fair’s website include an advertisement for a letter from Government Commissioner Zoltan Kovacs that the school children and accompanying teachers have not only made the fair free, but the MÁV flight is also free. MÁV is not a sponsor of the event either, so the “free ride” will put an additional burden on the fishing fair’s 70 billion budget.

Doros male.

We sent our questions to Egy a Természettel Nonprofit Kft. , which was founded to organize the event, and to MÁV.

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