Chief Executive Officer Failed in Secret Review of Prime Minister’s Office Appointed Government Commissioner

Csaba Gyutai, CEO of ÉMI Construction Quality Control Innovation Nonprofit Ltd., has been appointed Government Commissioner, and his task will be to alleviate the shortage of building materials and curb the prices that have recently taken off, according to the Hungarian Gazette. The appointment of a government commissioner to “coordinate construction measures” will take effect on 15 July.

Photo: MTI Photo: Zoltán Balogh

Csaba Gyutai was previously the mayor of Zalaegerszeg in Fidesz, then he worked for the Prime Minister ‘s company, which manages investments in Buda Castle, where a screening revealed serious irregularities, Telex writes.

Gyutai previously headed Budavári Ingatlanfejlesztő és Állemeltető Nonprofit Kft. And Várgondnokság Közhasznú Nonprofit Kft. In 2017, the Prime Minister commissioned a secret due diligence on the operation of the companies in the castle, which revealed serious irregularities – we wrote on the Index at the time. The report was later retrieved and published by Transparent.

For example, it turned out that Gyutai moved into the apartment of Várgondnokság Kft. In principle, he did so with the permission of the Prime Minister’s Office headed by János Lázár at the time, but no documents or contracts were drawn up. Gyutai stated that his former boss, László L. Simon, knew about his benefits and did not receive any discipline from him, either orally or in writing. At the time, János Lázár and László Simon pointed to each other in the case.

In 2018, the government merged the two notorious companies into one new company. From 2018, Gyutai was the director of the Castle Garden Bazaar.


Cover photo: MTI Photo: Zoltán Balogh

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