According to the Democratic Coalition, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his government will no longer be able to co-opt after the ruling of the Mansion on Monday’s unity, as all their loopholes have disappeared.
Solving the problem of foreign currency borrowers
According to the ruling, solving the problem of foreign currency borrowers is not primarily a legal issue but a political and budgetary one, and the prime minister and his government have to resolve the situation, said the executive vice president of the opposition party in a press conference in Budapest.
Csaba Molnár emphasized that since the judgment was not seen in writing, so far only a first round opinion has been formed. He said: The Mansion made an important decision because there is finally a clear legal situation.
More favorable for banks or more for foreign currency lenders
It is arguable that this situation is more favorable for banks or more for foreign currency lenders, but it is certain that a case that has lasted for many years has come to an end, he said.
The Good Finance, like the Mansion, believes that using the exchange rate per se is unfair, he said. The opposition party estimates that the ruling will mean a change of one hundred to three hundred billion forints in contractual terms, he added.
Decision-makers to solve the problems of foreign currency
The government was given a “very clear crutch” for what to do about it, he continued. Csaba Molnár said he wanted decision-makers to solve the problems of foreign currency lenders without compromising the banking system.
The vice president, who said the government’s policy was “dropping out” of installments, recalled that earlier the Good Finance had submitted a proposal that the state, banks and creditors would take on a one-third to one-third burden of rescue. He stated that this motion would be resubmitted if necessary (MTI)