Együtt chairman Péter Juhász claims to have obtained a video of Ráhel Orbán, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s oldest child, purportedly discussing business matters with a representative of Hungary’s state-owned tourism company.
“And he/she really wants tourism promotion… They would really like to make money from the Hungarian state,” a female voice can be heard saying.
“That’s not a problem if there is compensation,” the male in the recording responds.
“I’ve received a video of Ráhel Orbán meeting an employee of Magyar Turizmus Zrt. about someone who would like to make a lot of money from the Hungarian state, and if there is compensation, that could be good. The quality of the recording is pretty bad, it needs to be unraveled. At the same time, that this sentence can be heard raises a lot of questions,” Juhász posted to his Facebook page.
“How is it possible that the prime minister’s daughter is meeting with state officials about people, a third party, who wants to make money from the Hungarian state for tourism promotion?” asks the anti-corruption crusader.
According to Juhász, the female voice in the recording can also be heard talking about some party taking over two hotels, that a foreign embassy in Budapest can help take care of things, and that it is possible to apply to the Hungarian National Trading House for grants.