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Hungary is the economic leader in the European Union

Hungary is the economic leader in the European Union

It is not clear that the economy is growing, nor is it clear that we are among the four out of the 27 EU member states that achieved their economic performance before the coronavirus pandemic – Girgili Golias, Prime Minister, speaking to Istvan Heller, discussing the Vice-President of the National Assembly socialist.

István Hiller, a politician in the MSZP, opposed the distribution of the pension premium. That was said by Giorgi Julias The term pension premium was only known in recent years as there was no economic growth during the period of the leftist government. The Prime Minister stated that this law had been passed by the MSZP, and only then could they not pay a premium because the economy was not growing.

Family support was the focus of discussion between Gergeli Golias and Istvan HellerSource: Origo

What about the family support system?

“I want as many people as possible to work and earn a living from working,” Heller said in another question. Gergeli Golias answered all this, the period of the left was marked by low employment and high unemployment. Today, 1 million people have more jobs than in 2010 he added. Julius noted that this is a serious step forward. It is not clear that the economy is growing, nor is it clear that we are among four of the 27 EU member states that achieved their economic performance before the coronavirus pandemic.

There was a serious debate between the parties about the number of workers abroad. According to Gergely Gulyás, to say that many people left Hungary is not at all true, because there are countries in the region that do much worse than us. Right now, more people are returning home than they are leaving.”

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István Hiller also admitted that the home-creation program is good, Gergely Gulyás added that there was a positive shift in the number of births, with the fertility rate increasing from 1.2 to 1.5. Today, a young family can get 35 million HUF, from which a family home can be bought in the countryside, so the current system helps the poor as well. he added. According to the Prime Minister, Heller’s statement that the chocolate will be kept cannot be considered credible, as these statements had been made before, however the family support system was abolished after 2002.

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