Government Likely To Survive In 2009

February 2009
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Feb2009, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p1
Country Report
The article reports that Hungary's 2009 budget has been successfully passed leaving the Socialist government politically strengthened. Analysts and Business Monitor International are expecting that the government will survive through 2009 with the support of the Free Democrats. The passage of the budget presents a way to boost the government of Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and if such budget failed, he had promised to resign his premiership.


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