Revolving Door

June 2005
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Jun2005, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p3
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The article presents information on the appointment of two new ministers in the cabinet of Hungarian government. Janos Veres became the fourth finance minister in as many years, replacing Tibor Draskovics, while Agriculture Minister Imre Nemeth was dismissed to make way for Jozsef Graf. Earlier in the year, Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany had accused Draskovics of formulating reforms that were not brave enough, and he premier noted that the country needed an agricultural manager, not an agricultural politician.


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