Published: March 07 2023
Summary: According to Donáth Anna, a Member of the European Parliament for Momentum, Hungary will not receive the frozen EU funds this year because of the government's refusal to execute the most significant reforms it agreed with the European Commission. The lack of funding could result in higher credit interest rates and inflation, as well as an underperforming economy, which is solely the responsibility of the Fidesz-led government.
- Hungary will not receive the frozen EU funds this year
- The Hungarian government refuses to execute the reforms agreed with the European Commission
- This refusal could lead to higher credit interest rates and inflation and an underperforming economy
- The responsibility for this situation lies solely with the Fidesz-led government
- The only solution to this issue is for the Hungarian government to complete the agreed-upon reforms to access the recovery funds.
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