- 26 Nov 2015 8:00 AM
The Hungarian state had sold the property in question for 23.7 million dollars but the buyer soon resold it for 100 million dollars.
The prosecution said the Hungarian state suffered billions of forints in losses from the deal. The defendants all pleaded not guilty to the charges.
The ruling is appealable.
The radical nationalist Jobbik party said after the ruling that Fidesz had “sided with the people of the corrupt Gyurcsány government” when during its governance the corrupt officials are acquitted.
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