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Prime minister appoints PSzÁF vice-presidents

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has appointed László Balogh and Éva Sáray to serve as vice-presidents of Hungary's financial-market regulator PSzÁF, the latest edition of the official gazette Magyar Közlöny reveals.

Orbán appointed Balogh and Sáray to the positions based on a recommendation from newly named PSzÁF president Károly Szász.

Both of the vice-presidents worked at PSzÁF during Szász's previous mandate as the organization's president.

The vice presidents' mandate is for six years. (MTI-ECONEWS)