OLAF found serious irregularities in procurements awarded to Elios Zrt. and recommends Hungarian authorities to take legal steps.
The least needy party in Hungarian politics came up with a new way of spending other’s money on hate-mongering propaganda.
Neither one wants to live on German money, claims Viktor Orbán
Although a 2017 government ordered report states the opposite, the Prime Minister boasted that the Hungarian economy is not dependent on EU funds.
The Prime Minister considers George Soros a “talented man” and hails Chinese summit as “the future of Hungarian economy.”
It seems that the Prime Minister is not the sole Fidesz politician who has not ever opened Andreas von Rétyi’s book about George Soros.