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The movement of the former prime minister candidate received almost two billion forints from the American organization Action for Democracy before this year’s election. The Parliament’s National Security Committee already held several meetings on the matter, and they also ordered the secret service investigation, which, according to press reports, is being conducted by the Office for the Protection of the Constitution.

Máté Kocsis, the Fidesz member of the committee, published a post on Thursday morning in which he wrote that the first report from the secret services had been received. He wrote that the case is more serious than previously thought and added that it is classified until 2051,

We then asked Zoltán Sas, the chairman of the National Security Committee from Jobbik, about his position in this regard. The politician replied: he supports de-encryption and is currently working to make as much of the material as possible public.

On Thursday evening, Péter Márki-Zay also expressed himself on the subject with a short post. The politician wrote:

I support the proposal of Máté Kocsis, the report of the secret services will be made public! We have nothing to hide, unlike Fidesz!

Earlier, the politician also spoke about what the American support was spent on and why, in his opinion, they did not violate the law.