EU Fraud Office Finds Irregularities in Projects Linked to Hungarian Leader’s Son-in-Law

The agency conducted a two-year investigation into 35 projects, won by Elios Innovative Zrt, to modernize the country’s street lighting

The European Union’s antifraud office is recommending that Hungary’s top authorities take legal action over “serious irregularities” in projects carried out by a company once controlled by the son-in-law of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the agency told The Wall Street Journal.

The allegations could prove embarrassing for Mr. Orban, an outspoken critic of the EU in recent years. The bloc is currently assessing its future spending and some member countries have called for significant cuts to funding for lower-income...

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