- 26 Jan 2015 8:00 AM
Hungarians do not work and pay taxes simply to “enrich” the Orbán family, she said, alluding to alleged “financial matters” in Switzerland and financial support for his son-in-law, businessman István Tiborcz.
Bangó noted that Tiborcz’s company had generated annual revenue of 8 million forints in 2009 and this grew to 686 million in 2011, while reaching 3 billion forints (EUR 9.6m) a year later, exclusively on state or local government contracts.
Meanwhile, parliament’s immunity committee rejected an opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) initiative to examine Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s asset declarations.
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