National Security Committee Chairman: Hungarian secret services may have become toys of Fidesz' policy

The parliamentary oversight of intelligence services suffers obstruction in certain cases, it was declared in ATV’s “Straight Talk” show on Wednesday.

Jobbik MP Ádám Mirkóczki also said that there seemed to be a social demand for an alliance against the slavery act, adding that a big lesson from the election failure in April was that there was a need for cooperation in non-partisan issues in the interest of Hungary.

The chairman of the Hungarian Parliament’s National Security Committee partly agreed that Fidesz may be obstructing the full parliamentary oversight of secret services in certain cases. As Mr Mirkóczki put it, “intelligence service activities have become Fidesz’ toy to a much greater extent than what you could consider acceptable”.


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