A statement put out by Jobbik has announced that opposition members of the parliamentary National Security Committee, headed by the party’s János Stummer (pictured), will hold an extraordinary meeting on Tuesday to get briefed by relevant agencies on the following two issues:
• The Pál Völner corruption case, in which they expect to hear from the heads of the Office of Constitutional Protection and the Central Investigating Prosecutor’s Office about the alleged bribes given to the former State Secretary.
• The Attila Sztojka case, in which they will hear from representatives of the Ministry of the Interior and the Office for the Protection of the Constitution on corrupt activity suggested in covertly-recorded audio of the government commissioner.
The statement expresses their hope that MPs from the ruling Fidesz-KDNP parties will also honor the meeting with their presence and likewise receive answers to their questions.
The joint statement was signed by opposition politicians János Stummer, Zsolt Molnár from MSZP, and LMP’s Péter Ungár.