Report: Fidesz MP fined for voting against party
MP János Bencsik of the Hungarian governing Fidesz party was fined HUF 300,000 for being the single MP in Fidesz voting against bills and abstaining from bills created and proposed by Fidesz, Hungarian online daily vs.hu reported.
According to the portal, Bencsik told the fraction in advance how he would vote. Bencsik reportedly voted against the establishment of centralized tobacco distribution and abstained rather than vote for the Sunday closure law.
Bencsik reportedly declined to comment on the vs.hu report.
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