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Lázár anticipates new public procurement law

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A new law on public procurement is currently being drafted and is scheduled to be approved by the Hungarian Parliament in the second half of the year, Cabinet Chief János Lázár announced at a business conference today.

"The system for regulating public procurements will be far more flexible. The system of institutions and the procedural system will operate entirely electronically," the cabinet chief said. He added that the pool of bidders should be less concentrated, as everyone will have access to resources. "The principle of live and let live will be in effect," he said.

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