- 4 Dec 2014 8:00 AM
“If someone wants to know which way the wind blows in the Portik case, then they should start with former secret services minister György Szilvásy and Ferenc Gyurcsány,” Rogán told MTI, reacting to a court case on the same day in which Portik, who stands accused of ordering an assassination and of a bombing in the 1990s, said Rogán was lying when he claimed that the two did not know each other.
The Fidesz official noted that Portik was a convicted criminal, and a criminal’s word could not be trusted.
Szilvásy denied meetings with Portik and added that he had won several court cases for libel in connection with this issue.
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