At the sitting of the National Assembly held this Wednesday, Ombudsman Dr. Ákos Kozma reported on the activities of the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights and his Deputies in 2019. In his afterword, the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights emphasized the importance of cooperation before the National Assembly: “Honourable Parliament, let us work together as partners. Let us join forces in order to preserve the dignity of the ombudsman institution on the level it is meant to occupy within the architecture of the rule of law. This cooperation rests on two pillars: on the one hand, the Ombudsman’s recommendations should be heeded, and on the other, no one should expect the Ombudsman to resolve daily political debates.” The parliamentary discussion of the report on the activities of the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights and his Deputies in 2019 was also attended by Deputy Commissioner for Fundamental Rights, Ombudsman for the Rights of National Minorities Dr. Elisabeth Sándor-Szalay and Deputy Commissioner for Fundamental Rights, Ombudsman for Future Generations Dr. Gyula Bándi.
On 22 October 2020, Ombudsman Dr. Ákos Kozma visited the Weöres Sándor Primary School in Pápa, where he was received by Deputy Head of Institution Mrs. Ágota Kárpáti Vései, Head of Pápa Police Department, Chief Counsel of Police, Police Lieutenant-Colonel Mr. Csaba Szappan, and School District Director of Pápa School District Centre Ms. Andrea Egyházi.
On 20 October 2020, the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights paid an official visit to the Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County Police Headquarters, where he was received by Chief of County Police, Chief Police Counsellor, Police Brigadier General József Farkas, Deputy Chief of County Police for Law Enforcement, Chief Police Counsellor, Police Colonel Dr. Zsolt Hudák, and Deputy Chief of County Police for Crimes, Chief Police Counsellor, Police Lieutenant-Colonel Dr. Zoltán Kánya.