The government will also discuss options for changing foreign currency loan agreements and the demographic program.
Tibor Navracsics, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Administration and Justice, spoke last Tuesday about the government’s search for a way to amend foreign currency loan agreements by law.
They are examining how to change the law with banks on the basis
According to information from the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice, they are examining how to change the law with banks on the basis of a fundamental change in circumstances at the time of the conclusion of the contract.
Such a circumstance, which justifies the amendment of the contract, is primarily the exchange rate difference, since the client cannot be blamed if he becomes unable to pay his debt due to reasons beyond his control, such as the “run-off” of the exchange rate, adding: for Parliament to amend the content of the Treaties.
Help as many foreign currency lenders as possible
The goal is for the Cabinet to help as many foreign currency lenders as possible, given the economic rationale, KIM stressed.
Another highlight of the government session is the demographic program. Miklós Soltész, Secretary of State for Social and Family Affairs, said a week ago, stressing that no government decision had yet been taken, saying that the first element of the population policy program would be to extend tax relief to all families who are unable to fully reclaim their current allowance for their children.
The introduction of a flexible child care system
It also includes support for students who want to start a family. The third element of the proposal is the introduction of a flexible child care system, its rules and support system – Miklós Soltész elaborated, mentioning the further development and, where appropriate, extension of socpol, ie home-building support (MTI).