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Committee investigating Orbán submits report

A parliamentary committee investigating land purchases and possibly
connected government subsidies that could implicate the opposition
Fidesz party leader, submitted a report yesterday on one of the land
deals in which a grant for improvements had increased the value of a
property by over fivefold. The farmland in question, located near the
town of Felcsut west of Budapest, was purchased by then Prime Minister
(1998-2002) Viktor Orbán's wife, Anikó Levai in October 2001 for Ft 6
million. In December 2001, parliament approved a cabinet submission
granting Felcsut and five surrounding villages Ft 2.7 billion in
funding for drainage which increased the value of Levai's farmland to
Ft 34 million, the parliamentary report says. (MTI; MH 1, Nv 1, Nb 2)