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Jobbik: Public utility invoicing ‘chaotic’

Implementation of the government's scheme to cap the price of public utilities "shows signs of chaos", the opposition Jobbik-Conservatives said on Friday.

Gyorgy Laszlo Lukacs, the party’s deputy leader, said “many consumers have recently received bills suggesting that the benefit has disappeared”. He insisted that families that did not consume more gas than average and paid earlier up to 30,000 forints a month, were now facing bills between 80,000-120,000 forints (EUR 210-320).

Lukacs demanded that service provider MVM should explain the anomalies and that the government launch an investigation to “prevent behaviours resulting in such high bills”.

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