EU to investigate Hungarian PM's vintage railway

June 20, 2016

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is facing accusations of fraudulently using EUR two million of EU funding after he opened a vintage railway between his two childhood villages, the British newspaper 'The Telegraph' reports.

As the paper writes, 'the Hungarian government claimed that 2,500-7,000 passengers would use the line daily in its original funding application."

In fact, the average number of passengers per day last month was only 30.


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