Prime Minister! Why this great secrecy? Could it be that someone else also noticed that your son-in-law, who the European Anti-Fraud Office has found to have committed budget fraud, suddenly became one of the 100 richest Hungarians?
Viktor Orbán says he does not deal with business affairs, nonetheless, Hungarians have the right to know how deeply the family businesses and the companies of friends linked to the prime minister are involved in corruption, so the report should be made public.
If the prime minister does not dare to do this, it is openly admitting that the reason he is being secretive is that he is running a system corrupt to the core.
MSZP – Hungarian Socialist Party
Further information: Zita Gurmai, Deputy Head of Faction