- 19 Jul 2018 7:39 AM
- Hungary Matters
Referring to proposed legislation on reinforcing privacy rights, Máté Kanász-Nagy (pictured on top) said that the law was written in a way that served the interests of politicians.
The planned criminal code amendment states that harassment of an official person at a place or time which is not compatible with their job would qualify as an aggravated violation punishable by two to three years in prison.
Kanász-Nagy said politicians should be prepared to handle more intense criticism than private individuals.