Budapest, March 29 (MTI) – A demonstration was organised by the opposition Együtt (Together) party demanding that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán reveal the sources of his wealth.
At the demonstration, held ahead of an auction for state land in Székesfehérvár (W Hungary)on Tuesday morning, Együtt’s deputy leader demanded answers to questions regarding assets associated with Orbán and his family members.
Péter Juhász said that his party would, if it were to win power, recover the state-owned plots “illegitimately” auctioned off, and restitute them to people cultivating them.
Party leader Viktor Szigetvári said that the plots of farmland to be auctioned off included one sized 500 hectares that is “adjacent right to Orbán’s estate”. He also suggested that the land sales programme was about “helping corrupt front men to state loans and land across the country”.