Baloha is shocked by the situation in Hungarian villages of Transcarpathia  7 September 2012 11:02  63720364 020878
Baloha is shocked by the situation in Hungarian villages of Transcarpathia

Leader of the United Center Viktor Baloha visited Hungarian village Batrad in Beregovo district, which belongs to the constituency number 69, where Viktor Ivanovich is nominated.
"I have not been in Batrad for 12 years. And today I was shocked by what I saw. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the village have been forgotten: roads are simply horrible, country club was last time repaired probably under Khrushchev - Baloha shares his experiences with readers. - In kindergarten (well, at least it is here), think about it, there is no potable water. No school as such. More than 180 children study in four different buildings, one of which is the former collective farm office located two kilometers from the others.
And this situation is almost in every Hungarian village. Somewhere better, somewhere worse, but on the whole the situation is very sad."

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