One of yesterday's government meeting agendas has been known since Monday, because the parliament has not given broader powers to the government, so the measures expiring in 15 days must somehow be replaced, Gulyás said.
The question was whether the measures could be prolonged in this way. After 15 days, Parliament has to extend it – if the government extended it, it would deprive Parliament of its powers, so there is no legal option for it, according to Gergely Gulyás.
Universities would no longer be closed, and they are therefore being asked to extend them on their own terms. The Parliament can accept the mandate on Tuesday, so only on Monday and Tuesday will universities have to keep it in their own right.
The mayors' powers over nurseries and kindergartens will also cease because of the government's authorization, so Gulyás is asking the maintainers here too.