Today’s hearing in the “Magyar Telekom” case has been delayed due to the extensive material in the case. At today’s hearing, a witness from the defensive was scheduled to testify.

The “Magyar Telekom” case was launched in 2009 by the Public Prosecutor’s Office (PPO).

The SPO has repeatedly requested to takeover the case, however the PPO will not permit it, claiming that the case does not stem from the contents of the illegal wiretapping.

The three ex-directors of Telecom in the case Attila Szendrei, Rolf Plath and Zoltan Kishjakus, are being charged for abuse of office, however they have been inaccessible to prosecuting authorities for over seven years.

The next hearing is scheduled for January 25, 2019.