Bencsik: Burden sharing measures not always fair

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According to Fidesz MP János Bencsik, “The government has, no doubt, taken measures to regulate capital dominated monopolies in the past five years, but some of the measures regarding burden sharing failed to comply with the principles of fairness, due to a lack of professional planning.” 

He criticized the government, listing 22 shortcomings on his personal blog bencsikjanos.hu. Lack of social dialogue, centralized educational reforms and further centralization of power and the system of redistribution were also among the topics scrutinized by Bencsik.

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