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Far-right Mi Hazánk first submits bill to new parliament

The opening of the new parliament is not over yet, and the first two bills of the next four-year legislative period have already been presented. These are also the first proposals of a new party in parliament, the far-right Mi Hazank Mozgarom (our homeland movement). Vice President Előd Novák proposed abolishing the MP exemption in addition to ending the first emergency imposed in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The end of coronavirus control, the refusal of forced vaccination, and the blockade of Covid-19 had so much dominated the pre-election Mi Hazánk campaign that a move to abolish the “nearly permanent emergency” was expected. rice field.

Abolishing the “obsolete privilege of politicians” was also an important element of the party program, and Előd Novák did not hesitate to propose it on the first day of the new parliament. It was justified that the MP’s immunity, or protection from prosecution, could not be supported, especially because the public often witnessed the abuse of this exemption.

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For this reason, Mr Novak said lawmakers should waive this right to restore public confidence in their offices and “limit the possibility of abuse of immunity.” ..

Mr Novak said the government’s intention to maintain a special legal order in light of the “US-Russia war in Ukraine” is “unacceptable.” He added that Congressman Mi Hazank did not support amending the Constitution to enable such measures, and that the government should withdraw legislation allowing foreign troops to enter the country. ..

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