The Hungarian opposition is seeking a freeze of the assets of senior government officials who knew of the country's brokerage scandal but failed to act, as the ruling Fidesz party desperately tries to evade blame.
March 26, 2015
- Jan Cienski in Warsaw and Robert Anderson in Prague
As the Eurozone finally begins its slow recovery from the global crisis and its own subsequent sovereign debt crisis, Czech and Polish policymakers are starting to consider whether to join in the near future.
Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party has drafted a bill imposing tough rules on brokerages under bankruptcy proceedings, following a scandal in which the licences of three brokerages were suspended over irregularities.