In the Hungarian radical party «Jobbik» was fined $1.2 million

Auditing the public administration of Hungary was fined by the Hungarian party «Jobbik» 331,66 million forints ($1.2 million), information about this appeared on the website of the office January 8.

It is noted that in 2017 the elections placed political advertising at below market prices. The amount of the fine equal to the price advantage that the party illegally received.

«Jobbik» has to pay it within 15 days.

Reuters notes that the party used billboards, owned by magnate Lajos Simicska, a former ally of the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban, who later became a supporter of the far right.

«Jobbik» has positioned itself as a conservative and traditionalist force, however, the liberal Hungarian media accuse the party of racial and religious intolerance and homophobia. In the parliamentary elections of 2014, the nationalists received of 20.54% of votes, becoming the third largest political force in Hungary.

In the Hungarian radical party «Jobbik» was fined $1.2 million 09.01.2018

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