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1 RFE/RL Daily Report, 5 October 1994 (mind)  71 sor     (cikkei)
2 +RFE - RFE/RL Daily Report, 5 October 1994 (mind)  71 sor     (cikkei)
3 RFE/RL Daily Report, 6 October 1994 (mind)  50 sor     (cikkei)
4 Magyar Kupe`! (mind)  27 sor     (cikkei)

+ - RFE/RL Daily Report, 5 October 1994 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

RFE/RL Daily Report
			No. 189, 5 October 1994


CLOSER TIES BETWEEN EASTERN EUROPE AND THE EU. The European Union
foreign ministers on 4 October accepted in principle a plan to
bolster ties with East European countries that may join the union
by the end of the decade. The plan foresees regular consultative
meetings with ministers from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic,
Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Romania on such matters as
agriculture, foreign affairs, finance, and transportation. It also
envisages annual summit meetings of leaders of the union and the
six East European countries. The Warsaw daily Gazeta Wyborcza
reported on 5 October that the plan was accepted despite
misgivings expressed by Belgium, France, Portugal, and Spain.
These countries were reportedly worried that other states might
demand similar contacts. The newspaper said the timetable for the
expansion of ties would be decided by a special EU commission. It
also asserted that the acceptance of the plan signified a major
step toward the East Europeans' eventual membership in the
European Union. -- Jan de Weydenthal, RFE/RL Inc.

IMF DISSATISFIED WITH HUNGARIAN ECONOMIC RECOVERY. International
Monetary Fund officials have told Hungarian Finance Minister
Laszlo Bekesi that they are dissatisfied with Hungary's economic
recovery. Bekesi was taking part on 4 October in the opening
ceremony of the 50th annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank in
Madrid, The Wall Street Journal reports Bekesi was told that
further belt-tightening was needed to reduce the widening state
budget deficit and to control wages and social spending. The IMF
expects further devaluation of the forint in 1995 to help offset
the growing trade deficit. Bekesi says the IMF will not discuss
Hungary's request to reschedule an 18-month standby loan worth
$490 million until the budget deficit is brought down from 9
percent to 4-5 percent of GDP. -- Judith Pataki, RFE/RL Inc.

HEAD OF STATE HOLDING COMPANY DISMISSED. Lajos Csepi, head of the
Hungarian State Holding Company, and seven other members of the
company's board were dismissed by Prime Minister Gyula Horn on 3
October, MTI reports. Horn appointed new board members the next
day. The new head of the company will be named later. Csepi and
the other heads of the State Holding Company were appointed under
the previous administration. Their dismissal is a further sign
that Horn intends to replace managers with appointees close to his
own party. The State Holding Company has been responsible over the
past four years for privatizing public assets. Horn claims that
some state-owned enterprises have been sold at below-value prices
and that funds have been diverted. An independent investigation
under the Horn administration, however, has failed to substantiate
these charges. -- Judith Pataki, RFE/RL Inc.

[As of 1200 CET] 

(Compiled by Jan Cleave and Eileen Downing)
Copyright 1994, RFE/RL, Inc. All rights reserved.

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+ - +RFE - RFE/RL Daily Report, 5 October 1994 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

RFE/RL Daily Report
			No. 189, 5 October 1994


CLOSER TIES BETWEEN EASTERN EUROPE AND THE EU. The European Union
foreign ministers on 4 October accepted in principle a plan to
bolster ties with East European countries that may join the union
by the end of the decade. The plan foresees regular consultative
meetings with ministers from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic,
Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Romania on such matters as
agriculture, foreign affairs, finance, and transportation. It also
envisages annual summit meetings of leaders of the union and the
six East European countries. The Warsaw daily Gazeta Wyborcza
reported on 5 October that the plan was accepted despite
misgivings expressed by Belgium, France, Portugal, and Spain.
These countries were reportedly worried that other states might
demand similar contacts. The newspaper said the timetable for the
expansion of ties would be decided by a special EU commission. It
also asserted that the acceptance of the plan signified a major
step toward the East Europeans' eventual membership in the
European Union. -- Jan de Weydenthal, RFE/RL Inc.

IMF DISSATISFIED WITH HUNGARIAN ECONOMIC RECOVERY. International
Monetary Fund officials have told Hungarian Finance Minister
Laszlo Bekesi that they are dissatisfied with Hungary's economic
recovery. Bekesi was taking part on 4 October in the opening
ceremony of the 50th annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank in
Madrid, The Wall Street Journal reports Bekesi was told that
further belt-tightening was needed to reduce the widening state
budget deficit and to control wages and social spending. The IMF
expects further devaluation of the forint in 1995 to help offset
the growing trade deficit. Bekesi says the IMF will not discuss
Hungary's request to reschedule an 18-month standby loan worth
$490 million until the budget deficit is brought down from 9
percent to 4-5 percent of GDP. -- Judith Pataki, RFE/RL Inc.

HEAD OF STATE HOLDING COMPANY DISMISSED. Lajos Csepi, head of the
Hungarian State Holding Company, and seven other members of the
company's board were dismissed by Prime Minister Gyula Horn on 3
October, MTI reports. Horn appointed new board members the next
day. The new head of the company will be named later. Csepi and
the other heads of the State Holding Company were appointed under
the previous administration. Their dismissal is a further sign
that Horn intends to replace managers with appointees close to his
own party. The State Holding Company has been responsible over the
past four years for privatizing public assets. Horn claims that
some state-owned enterprises have been sold at below-value prices
and that funds have been diverted. An independent investigation
under the Horn administration, however, has failed to substantiate
these charges. -- Judith Pataki, RFE/RL Inc.

[As of 1200 CET] 

(Compiled by Jan Cleave and Eileen Downing)
Copyright 1994, RFE/RL, Inc. All rights reserved.

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+ - RFE/RL Daily Report, 6 October 1994 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

RFE/RL DAILY REPORT
   
				NO. 190, 6 OCTOBER 1994


FINAL BREAKDOWN OF NEW SLOVAK PARLIAMENT. The Slovak Election
Commission announced on 5 October the distribution of the 150
parliamentary seats following the recent elections, TASR reports.
The Movement for a Democratic Slovakia-Peasant Party coalition has
61 seats, the Common Choice coalition 18, the Hungarian coalition
and the Christian Democratic Movement 17 each, the Democratic
Union 15, the Association of Slovak Workers 13, and the Slovak
National Party 9. Sharon Fisher, RFE/RL, Inc.

HUNGARIAN OPPOSITION PARTIES OBJECT TO NEW ELECTION LAW. Hungary's
opposition parties have objected to the new law on local elections
passed by parliament on 30 September and signed by President Arpad
Goncz on 5 October, MTI reports. The new law simplifies election
procedures and lowers the turnout threshold required to validate
the elections. The opposition parties fear that the new law will
give the ruling Hungarian Socialist Party (former Communists) an
advantage in the upcoming local elections, scheduled for 11
December. Tamas Deutsch, caucus leader of the opposition Alliance
of Young Democrats, noted that during the Horn government's first
80 days in office, the process of "changing the regime has been
interrupted." The opposition parties hoped the president would not
sign the law. But Goncz said that he believed no consensus could
be reached and that the local elections would have to be postponed
if he did not sign. Judith Pataki, RFE/RL, Inc.

[As of 1200 CET]

(Compiled by Penny Morvant and Jan Cleave)
Copyright 1994, RFE/RL, Inc. All rights reserved.

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+ - Magyar Kupe`! (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

Magyar Kupa eredmenyek:
Nyirmeggyes - Fuzesabony 2-0       
Hajdunanas - Nyiregyhazi Volan 4-2
Kisvarda - DVSCV 1-1
Tiszamenti SE - Ozdi Kohasz 3-2
Mezokovesd - Tiszavasvari 1-4
Mezohegyes - Vamospercs 2-0
Vac - Kiskundorozsma 4-0
Farmos -Budafok 1-4
Puspokmolnari - ETO FC 0-0
MAV-DAC - UTE 0-8
Rakoczi Kaposcukor -Stadler FC 0-3
Lanycsok - Siofok 1-2
Karancskeszi - Salgotarjan 2-8
Sulysap - Tiszakecske 1-7
Csakanydoroszlo - Keszthely 2-4
Petohazi Cuk. - Sopron 0-3
Matav Sopron - Fuzfo 3-2
Tapolca - Parmalat 1-4
Gazmuvek - Lajoskomarom 0-5

Ifjusagi EB -selejtezo
                                               A csoport allasa
San Marino - Magyarorszag 1-8 (1-5)         
                                     1.Magyarorszag 2  2  -  - 11-1 6
                                     2.Svajc        1  -  -  1  0-3 0
                                     3.San Marino   1  -  -  1  1-8 0

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