The first results of investigating the previous eight years corruption cases in Hungary will be made public in one week, government commissioner in charge of the probe, Ferenc Papcsák said.
He said that the investigators have already found that several companies were involved in draining public funds from Budapest public transport company BKV and then channeled what they received into offshore accounts.
The involvement of these companies was also found in other areas of the state infrastructure, like the distribution of EU funds.
Papcsák stressed that the majority of the cases date to the period of Ferenc Gyurcsány being in power, adding that he surely has political responsibility in the matter. (Népszabadság)