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Education, medical care, welfare, and environmental protection that the new government considers “unnecessary”

Gergely Arató, Deputy Group Leader of the Opposition Democratic Union (DK) on Friday Was criticized “By maintaining education, health and environmental ministries, we no longer maintain our appearance,” said Victor Orban’s next minister.

Arato issued a statement in response to Orban’s chief reporter publication A list of ministers after the next Prime Minister has finished discussions on forming the next cabinet earlier in the day. Orban, the leader of the ruling Fidesz party, won the parliamentary elections on April 3 for the fourth consecutive term.

In his statement, Mr Arat said from the list of names, no ministry would have been assigned to education, medical care, welfare and environmental protection. The field he mentioned was considered “unnecessary” by the new government.

Featured image: Parliamentary Arato. Via Noémi Bruzák / MTI

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