Economic Commission hears candidate for Hungarian State Auditor

On Monday, the Parliamentary Economic Commission interviewed presidential candidate László Windisch. State Audit Office (ÁSZ).

In an interview, Windish said that the role of ÁSZ would be more important “in times of financial and financial hardship.” In the future, “it will be increasingly important that state spending is not only legal, but successful and effective,” he said.

“I want to build a modern and professional central guard dog and consultant organization,” he says, focusing on forming a “competency center” within ÁSZ with the best professionals and “excellent” salaries. Added.

Windish supported deregulation, adding that many areas were “highly over-regulated by a small number of deviations prevented by so many rules.” He said he needed a “less but more thorough” probe.

In response to the question, Windish said he would investigate the system by which ÁSZ oversees civil society, adding that ÁSZ would endeavor to partner with such groups.

The candidate is currently the Deputy Leader of the Central Statistics Office.

The Commission supported Vindish’s candidacy with 12 votes in favor and 3 votes against.

If elected by Congress later in the day, Windisch will fill the post for 12 years.

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