picture of László Bige

Speaking in an interview with Partizán Spartacus on Sunday evening, Nitrogénművek owner László Bige came out in support of united democratic leader Péter Márki-Zay in next year’s Parliamentary elections, saying that he would even support “his colorful cat over the current government.”

The fertilizer factory owner was recently fined 14 billion Forints (US $44.9 million) by the Economic Competition Office (GVH) for a breaking laws on competitiveness, but stated that the charge was “absolutely politically motivated.”

“They want to destroy me,” claimed Bige on GVH’s sanctions against him, which alleges that he formed a cartel with retailers.

The entrepreneur believes that democratic opposition leader Péter Márki-Zay would be a good choice for Hungary, as “the country finally, after 30 years, has an independent candidate for Prime Minister.” Bige added that he is willing to financially support the Hódmezővásárhely mayor’s candidacy as well.

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By Steven