Hungarian opposition LMP turns to ex-president for tree-cutting orders

The opposition LMP is relying on former president János Áder, an ardent environmentalist, for a recent government order allowing trees to be cut to boost firewood production, said LMP deputy group leader Antal Csárdi. said Wednesday.

Peter Unger, the parliamentary group leader of the LMP, used his influence to urge Adèle to withdraw the tree-cutting decree as soon as possible, Ciardi said at a press conference, noting that the “destructive decree” He said it could cause “great damage.” The cost of mitigating its impact would be enormous.

Csárdi said the decree would do little to help people struggling to meet their energy needs, but would do an intolerable amount of damage. He said Ardell had “a lot of talks about nature conservation” as president, adding that there was now an opportunity to “do something to prevent decisions that would really drain our future.”

Csárdi said trees that are legally felled have zero energy value and that they take 1.5 to 2 years to dry enough to be used as firewood. He said the LMP is appealing the order to the Constitutional Court, but lawmaker he László Lóránt Keresztes plans to convene the parliament’s sustainable development committee on the matter.

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