Budapest, June 22 (MTI) – Radical nationalist Jobbik head Gabor Vona asked Prime Minister Viktor Orban if any MPs had withdrawn funds from the Quaestor brokerage firm right before that company filed for bankruptcy, in parliament on Monday.

In his reply the prime minister said that the question should be put to the National Bank. He added that “we do not like sly people, sly parties, or sly questions”.

The Quaestor company collapsed in March, after which the government came under fire from the opposition, accusing it of insider dealing and failing to alert clients in time.


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