- 18 May 2015 9:00 AM
Orbán, who was voting in a referendum on the redevelopment of Normafa Hill in Budapest’s 12th district, told the press that what was described by Kounalakis was still the case today.
He insisted that the procedure is carried out according to the letter of the law, noting that the only change is that a different person now occupies the post of minister.
Various managing authorities make proposals, and the government’s development cabinet makes the decisions, which are then brought before the government for approval, he said, adding that there is a prescribed order and every decision is made in a transparent manner.
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