Matolcsy in focus of government reshuffle
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán wants to persuade deputy prime minister Tibor Navracsics to take the seat of Foreign Minister, while Economy Minister György Matolcsy is most likely to head the central bank from March, according news site Politics.hu. A government official speaking on condition of anonymity said that Orbán would like Navracsics to replace János Martonyi, but Navracsics refuses to leave the Administration and Justice Ministry. Unspecified Fidesz politicians said Matolcsy stands the greatest chance of succeeding András Simor when his term as governor of the National Bank ends in March, Politics.hu wrote.
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