Gov't lifts restrictions on general meetings
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Hungary's government has lifted pandemic restrictions on holding general meetings for legal entities ahead of the end of the state of emergency, Justice Minister Judit Varga noted in a post on Facebook late Tuesday.
Under the government decision, general meetings may be held in person, without restriction, from June 1, Varga said.
However, holding video conferences or taking decisions in writing will remain an option until the end of the state of emergency, she added.
"The opening continues, we're gradually restoring everything to the old routine. Till then, let's look out for each other," Varga said.
The decree on the measure was issued in the official gazette Magyar Közlöny on Monday.
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