Refueling has become more and more difficult in Hungary, the smaller wells will not receive fuel this week either, but the larger chains have already introduced restrictions, and the lack of fuel has reared its head in Budapest as well.
Párbeszéd will once again submit its proposal for a resolution on the four-day work week to the parliament, announced the party’s spokesperson at its online press conference.
On Monday evening, there was a fire in a building and part of the roof structure of the building was also on fire in Tiszavasvári, on Dessewffy street, the county disaster management reported.
Preliminary data show that 7,361 children were born and 10,808 people died in October 2022, with the number of live births decreasing by 3.9% and deaths by 8.3% in November 2021-October 2022 compared with the same period a year earlier, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
The opposition LMP has again submitted its proposal on permitting the use of wind energy to parliament, the party’s co-leader told an online press briefing.
President Katalin Novák opened a special school for ethnic Hungarians in Chepa (Csepe) in western Ukraine on Sunday where children can learn about folk traditions, including music and dancing.
Erste Bank Hungary observes a bank break for four days, the changes between December 1, 2022, at 10:00 p.m. and December 4, 2022, at 12:00 a.m. will not significantly affect retail customers, in their case card purchases and cash withdrawals are available, the financial institution announced on its website.
Visibility will improve on Monday, the weather will be humid and partly cloudy in most parts of the country, but mainly in the north-eastern and eastern parts of the country, the cloudiness may be broken, reports kiderul.hu.
President Katalin Novák attended a mass for Advent at the Berehove (Beregszász) Reformed Church in western Ukraine on Sunday and said it was a privilege to light the first candle of Advent in the company of ethnic Hungarians from Transcarpathia.
During the Communism era, anyone who was branded an enemy was brutally punished or eliminated, Justice Minister Judit Varga said at the memorial of Soviet occupation on Friday, the Memorial Day of Hungarians Deported to the Soviet Union.