According to Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet there’s a Hungarian citizen under the FBI’s witness protection program in the United States, who can be a key player in transferring embezzlened EU money abroad. Continue reading “Hungarian corruption cases investigated by the FBI”
“The European Union belongs to Europeans and European citizens,” Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a video message ahead of an EU summit in Brussels on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: The European Union belongs to Europeans and European citizens”
Austrian conservative daily Die Presse summarises the Elios-case, the corruption scandal in which even the prime minister’s son-in-law can be involved. Continue reading “Die Presse: Will the Elios case influence the Hungarian elections?”
The EU’s anti-fraud agency (OLAF) named seven companies and several people who are involved in the so-called Elios case, a scandal evolving around the Elios Innovativ Zrt, 24.hu reports. OLAF suspects that an organised crime mechanism in misusing EU funds meant for street-lightning projects, the prime minister’s son-in-law, Istvan Tiborcz was also involved in Elios at that time. Continue reading “The Elios scandal is getting bigger”
For days, Hungarian media has been full of the OLAF report: the system unveiled by the EU’s anti-fraud body in the so-called Elios case can be an organised fraud mechanism. Istvan Tiborcz, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s son-in-law is also involved. Continue reading “Orban’s two-thirds majority can depend on the OLAF report”
Eastern EU countries should count on receiving less funds from the next budget, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz told Austrian daily Der Standard.
Hungary “is facing another attack” because those who want to introduce a mandatory migrant quota in Europe will try again next year, since there was no decision on the subject at December’s European Union summit, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: An attack on Poland is an attack on Central Europe”