“Today, it turned out that MEP Katalin Cseh’s corporate affair is not only a school example of left-wing dichotomy, but also a corruption scandal,” said István Hollik, saying that the tricky EU acquisition of the Czech family had come to light.
Fidesz continues to urge the family businesses of Momentum MEP Katalin Cseh to repay unauthorized EU funds – He told István Hollik, communications director of the ruling party, in a video message. István Hollik described what happened as both ambiguity and a corruption scandal.
❗ This is absolutely amazing ❗
Today it turned out: Katalin Cseh is not only two-colored, but also corrupt!
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“It is two-tone, because while his party, Momentum, campaigned against the Olympics by a thousand, the Czech Catherine’s company won EU funds just by referring to the Olympics, and now a gross corruption is outlined,” said Fidesz’s communications director. He emphasized that the technology, for which the Czech family had won EU money, seemed to already exist and was owned by the Czech family.
“In other words, they used EU funds to develop a technology that they had a long time ago, in Hungarian they simply reached out to EU funds without meaningful work,” said István Hollik.
– What is it if it is not a clear and serious abuse? The pro-government politician asked.
Source: Magyar Nemzet by magyarnemzet.hu.
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