The MP is accused of trying to defraud the central budget of USD 1.7 million.
The bill directly targets former Fidesz oligarch Lajos Simicska’s billboard empire, which he’s currently using to run Jobbik’s anti-Fidesz ads.
The Commission has also taken issue with Hungary’s anti-EU national consultation.
The Fidesz think tank piggybacks its most recent poll on the government’s ongoing anti-EU, anti-NGO propaganda campaign.
The questionnaires were sent to some 8 million Hungarians.
The appeal came as rumors circulate that Fidesz’s EP group might ask them to leave, and one day before the European Parliament meets to discuss “the situation in Hungary.”
Hungary’s foreign minister doesn’t consider 45 years of military occupation and the crushing of two revolutions to be cause for concern.
Students of the prestigious Trefort Ágoston high school posed thoughtful questions to President Áder, which he answered with well-known Fidesz mantra.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Hungary had inflicted damages on the church with the Orbán government’s 2011 Church Law.
“This is the country that wants to restore the darkest part of history. This is the country that turns against Europe. This is the country that itself wants to be a colony of Russia. And finally, this is the country where you and I live, where we live, and we aren’t going anywhere!”