Business on the rise for PM’s son-in-law


Elios Innovatív Energetikai Zrt. won a tender to modernize Mórahalom’s public lighting, reported yesterday. The HUF 64 mln project will be 85% funded by the European Union. The company is indirectly linked to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s son-in-law, who was one of the executives of Elios until January 2014 and is reportedly still a 50% owner. 

The firm has been successfully bidding for larger municipal contracts in various cities, including Pécs and Zalaegerszeg, added. The police recently began an investigation of suspected misconduct in the public procurement tenders won by Elios, according to reports.


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