The Hungarian government started to rebuild its controversial trading house system on the Balkans – once again, with the old local partners that have good political connections.Continue reading
T-Systems Hungary is one of the biggest IT companies in the country. Soon it will be owned by Gellert Jaszai, a businessman with close ties to the government.Continue reading
Documents obtained by Direkt36 prove that a Georgian-Israeli businessman close to Árpád Habony was involved in the operations of VolDan, the company that sold Hungarian residency bonds in Russia.Continue reading
Hegedűs Zsuzsa rekord összeget költött reprezentációra. A számlákat nem mutatja meg a kormány, mert azokból megismerhetnénk a kedvenc boltjait. Pedig állítólag nem magának vásárolt havi átlag 136 ezerért.Continue reading
Zsuzsa Hegedűs is the advisor of the Hungarian PM on social cohesion.
She recently got an outstanding pay-raise and she also spends the most
on representation despite her apparent inactivity.
György Kozmann refused to answer questions about how he could reconcile his government position and his company’s public contracts.Continue reading
Ferenc Sakalj helped the billionaire Lőrinc Mészáros to buy a house on a Croatian island. He soon became a powerful sports manager and a railway company owner.Continue reading
Some years ago Sándor Börcsök, a Hungarian liquidator had complained about not receiving lucrative assignments. Then his old acquaintance, Miklós Seszták became the minister responsible for the liquidation industry and many things have changed.Continue reading
The police dropped the accusation about the contract the public media signed with a company linked to person close to Fidesz. The state company paid millions for products that could have been obtained almost for free.Continue reading
A media company owned by the state bought dozens of websites from a firm linked to a former Fidesz politician. The state firm paid hundreds of thousands of euros but could have had identical sites almost for free.Continue reading
For years, Endre Hamar was a close business partner of István Tiborcz, the son-in-law of the Hungarian prime minster. Hamar now became one of the first beneficiaries of the new European Union grant cycle, winning multiple public contracts.Continue reading
One of the companies involved in the controversial residency bond business has bought up dozens of apartments in Andrássy Avenue, perhaps the most elegant street of Budapest.Continue reading
Béla Pittlik worked at a service station where Sándor Pintér, now the minister of interior, used to take his car. Now Pittlik works for the ministry, controlling projects for which he does not always have proper qualifications.Continue reading