Hungary by Atlatszo – Government spending €21 million from EU funds on another propaganda campaign

Csaba Csetényi Photo: RTL Klub
Csaba Csetényi Photo: RTL Klub

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Government spending €21 million from EU funds on another propaganda campaign

Csaba Csetényi, minister Antal Rogán’s neighbor has just got a contract worth €21 million (HUF 6.5 billion). His company will do a communication campaign for this amount and the Prime Minister’s Office will be footing the bill, using EU funds.

The in-house anti-corruption police unit is watching the Arton Capital burglary investigation

Arton is one of the companies that was selling residency bonds to foreigners. Its Budapest offices were burglarized in April, and a safe containing EUR 1,9 million was reported stolen.

The many battles facing Hungary’s investigative journalists

“High-level corruption is so widespread that one doesn’t need to wait long to find a story” says Atlatszo.hu editor-in-chief Tamas Bodoky in this story by Euronews about investigative reporting in Hungary.

VSquare.org: A pocket revolution bought with Russian money

Atlatszo.hu is a member of VSquare, a network of independent media outlets carrying out cross-border investigations in the Visegrad region. The web page was launched this week and the first series of articles is examining Moscow’s influence in the V4 countries.

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