MDF successor wants Dávid and Bokros to pay

In Hungary

JESz, the successor of former parliamentary party MDF, claims former party president Ibolya Dávid and MDF’s representative at the European Parliament Lajos Bokros owe the party HUF 78 million and HUF 280 million respectively, television channel ATV reported.

JESz said that Dávid made contracts that were disadvantageous for MDF and now should pay to compensate the party. Also, they want Bokros to pay JESz because the party in 2011 January called him upon to give his EP mandate back but the politician refused to do so, alleging that he took up the given position as an out-of-party expert back in 2009. 

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