Parliament in its autumn session will pass the new election law, civil code and land law, as well as the 2013 budget, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in parliament on Monday.
Opening the new session after a summer recess, Orban said lawmakers would complete the restructuring of police and the new public administration system.
He proposed the setup of the office of a new ombudsman for finance, based on a British model.
He also proposed that a working group should be established at the economy and farm ministries to prepare the economy for the boom in food prices expected this autumn.
“At the end of the autumn session Hungary will be close to having a state that fits needs in every part of life,” he said.
“The situation in global agriculture is serious and threatening,” Orban said, adding that tension and even conflict could ensue in many parts of the world.