Lázár submits bill for transparent EU funding applications

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Hungary’s Cabinet Chief János Lázár today submitted a bill to Parliament that would change the way European Union funding applications in Hungary are evaluated to make the process more transparent, according to reports.

The bill aims to reorganize the framework for evaluating funding applications to “guarantee that the assessment takes place solely on the basis of professional policy considerations, and furthermore ensures independence from the interests of any outside, market player, as well as increased objectivity and transparency”, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

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