The Hungarian PM Orbán Viktor was caught off guard when asked during a parliamentary session about the exact amount he pays in utility bills for his houses in Budapest and Felcsút, as well as his estate in Hatvanpuszta.
Momentum MEP Dániel Bedő posed the above-mentioned question to the Hungarian Prime Minister in front of all the attendees of the session. Orbán bypassed the inquiry by answering that, according to the law, he could even live in a residence, but he did not use that option, rtl.hu reports.
The amount you pay in overheads is a private matter. For all we know, Orbán shares a home with his wife. The Hungarian prime minister added that Mrs Orbán would be probably more competent to answer Bedő’s question.
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