- 6 Mar 2018 9:52 AM
- Hungary Around the Clock
Some 53% of those polled said that corruption has increased over the past eight years – since Fidesz has been in power, Závecz Research said. According to the survey, 79% of the respondents said it would be necessary to set up an independent anti-corruption prosecution.
Most people despise corruption, “but everybody has become jaded by the issue,” Závecz told HírTV.
People believe that businessmen close to the government and some cabinet members are involved in corruption more than the average, Závecz said.
Based on the poll, the majority of Hungarians reckon that Mészáros, Vajna and Tiborcz head that list, he added.
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