Discussions on the formation of the next National Assembly have not yet led to an agreement on parliamentary committee assignments, reports Telex.
Wednesday’s session was the second meeting for parties entering Parliament to discuss the topic, with Fidesz and Our Homeland pointing to the six parties on the united opposition list as the reason for a lack of an agreement.
The debate appears to be over whether the opposition should appear as six separate parties and six separate groups, or as one large group.
The opposition asked for extra time on Monday, with discussions continuing on Wednesday. But whereas Fidesz and Our Homeland held press conferences after talks ended on both days, MPs on the six-party opposition list did not appear in front of the press. [Telex]