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Rogán: PM sends letter to Tarsoly

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According to ruling Fidesz caucus leader Antal Rogán, Hungaryʼs Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has sent a letter of two sentences to currently insolvent Quaestor brokerageʼs CEO Csaba Tarsoly, in reaction to the CEOʼs letter, which he reportedly sent to Orbán to ask for the PMʼs help with sorting out matters at the brokerage, Hungarian online daily origo.hu reported late yesterday. 

Though Rogán did not dislose what those two sentences were, he reiterated at a press conference late yesterday that the government would "clean the brokerage market of Hungary". According to Rogán, 97% of those who suffered at the Buda-Cash scandal have been since compensated.

On a journalistʼs query why Tarsoly possessed a card granting him free entry to the Hungarian Parliament, the caucus leader said that "loads of" people have such cards and he is "unable to investigate each one of them." Questions have arisen over when the government knew that Quaestor was in trouble, apparently due to fraud.

Tarsoly was arrested last week on suspicion of fraud, and some have said that members of the government knew about problems at Quaestor, and withdrew funds from the brokerage, before the public found out. Officials have denied having any illegal insider information.

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