Jobbik petitions Strasbourg-based ECHR for legal redress in the absence of the possibility of legal remedy in Hungary.
The State Audit Office now requires fined opposition parties to submit action plans about how would they correct their financial irregularities.
The party vowed not to cooperate with the authorities as ÁSZ decision was unlawful.
Minister of National Economy Mihály Varga claims this way the fines will not affect parties’ ability to contest the April general election.
According to Együtt, the State Audit Office violated the privacy rights of one of their party members.
In the run-up to the 2018 election campaign, the State Audit Office seems to be busy catching up with its neglected duties of the past 28 years.