2013. január 5., szombat

November 8th Hearing: Defendants Respond to Regőczi’s Testimony

November 8th Hearing: Defendants Respond to Regőczi’s Testimony

On Thursday, November 8th, 2012 the previously stated testimony from the former BKV deputy CEO of communication and sales Miklós Regőczi was the hot topic in the Keckemét Tribunal. 
Regőczi was the first to speak during the hearing.  He continued to support the controversial marketing contracts which were previously deemed prodigal.  He defended the BKV marketing campaign which occurred under his supervision from 2007 until 2008 by list annual marketing expenditures from other public companies, notably the national railway system MÁV Ltd. which previously signed contracts worth nearly 1 billion forint. 
Regőczi, like many of the other defendants, partially renounced his previous accusations against the other defendants, saying that he was coerced into the accusations by the temptation to “go home” the night of interrogation.  Otherwise, it was implied, Regőczi would have endured a harsher interrogation.
Other defendants such as Ernő Mesterházy, political adviser to the former mayor of Budapest, and Atilla Antal, former CEO of the Budapest Public Transport Company, collectively agreed that the circumstances of their and Regőczi’s interrogations should be formally investigated. 
Miklós Hagyó and Zsolt Balogh, two of the main suspects in the case who did not speak at the hearing, both expressed experiencing similar duress during their interrogations.

Source: http://thehagyocase.wordpress.com/2012/12/28/november-8th-hearing-defendants-respond-to-regoczis-testimony/

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