Did Orbán’s son drive a military plane? “Hadházy can’t think of anything else.”

As previously reported, Ákos Hadházy wanted to know about the military luxury of the army luxury at the end of August and the stops in Croatia, but he was repeatedly denied this, although he would have the right to do so as a Member of Parliament.


Photo: MTI / Zoltán Balogh

The independent Member of Parliament again visited the Ministry of Defense to be able to inspect the records of the Roman voyage of a luxury aircraft belonging to the Army, which had stopped back and forth in Croatia.

again, only two cynical officials came down to me who told me they wouldn’t show the papers either. That’s when I turned on the camera.

According to the deputy, he writes in his post, the fact that the Armed Forces deny information to a member of parliament points to the end of civilian control. He believed it was also a step on the road to dictatorship.

He added that it is quite a big deal for a prime minister to “jump over” his family on a military plane for a little Roman vacation, but the silence surrounding it is also quite telling.

On Hadházy’s community page, he now wrote:

All I can think of is that the prime minister’s son piloted the plane, with which Dad, Mom and the children (full of heart, love) flew from the Croatian holiday to Rome.

Then he asks the question, why else would the army hide the obvious so embarrassingly?

In any case, what the Department of Defense has now done is a very bad precedent. In a democracy, the parliament controls the army. What the HM can afford is another sign that this is very much not a democracy.

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Cover image: MTI / Balogh Zoltán


Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.

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