The Hungarian government expects to decide on solutions for troubled forex borrowers in autumn, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has told public television M1. He said a final solution would be sought but first the Kúria, Hungary’s supreme court, must make its relevant decisions, after which the government would act quickly to ensure that all borrowers are protected. Orbán said consultations have been held on the formation of his new government but the new cabinet would only set up in June. Voters wanted the government to continue its work, so “the same programme will be implemented with roughly the same people”. Orbán said a list of ministers would be ready on 6 June and that of state secretaries a few days later. He said he had already made some decisions on his staff.