DK would restrict Sunday hunting
In measure to mock the recently introduced Sunday closures law, which restricts retailers from opening on Sundays, opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) is planning to hand in a bill proposal to restrict hunting on Sundays, Hungarian online daily hvg.hu said yesterday.
DK claims that, just as people need a day of rest, animals also need such a day. “Animals would like to spend their Sundays with their families, children and cubs”, DK spokesperson Zsolt Gréczy said, emphasizing what he called the “absurdity of Sunday closures law”.
The spokesperson further added that the party is aware that their proposal touches upon the “whimsical” hobbies of Cabinet Chief János Lázár and Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén.
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