- 5 Jun 2014 9:00 AM
Jeszenszky said he was not surprised by the summons, as the dispute has received considerable attention in Norway.
The government alleges that recipients of the funds have links to Hungarian opposition parties. It reportedly drew up a list of such agencies, including Transparency International, the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union and transparency website Átlátszó.
Jeszenszky would not make a statement to Népszabadság afterwards, saying that he only played the part of a “postman”.
Source: Hungary Around the Clock
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