The Elios scandal is getting bigger

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”