According to a declassified presentation of the Hungarian security services, the money ended up at a network of companies doing online political marketing based on data collection, which were built up around emblematic faces of socialist former governments.
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Betlanovce, Kežmarok, Levoča, Veľký Kamenec, Trenčín: these are the settlements where new properties were acquired by a subsidiary of the Foundation for Preserving Built Heritage in Central Europe in Upper Hungary in Slovakia, which was set up by the Hungarian State in areas that belonged to Hungary before the Treaty of Trianon.
Slovak oligarchs are hiding their assets in complicated schemes that use lawyers as nominee owners. The Investigative Centre of Ján Kuciak has proof that these lawyers act as the real owners’ proxies and that, in at least one case, such a scheme was utilized for money laundering.
by Mariusz Sepioło, FRONTSTORY.PL Fan of Putin and Assad, wood trader in Odessa, owner of numerous companies set up in tax havens, friend of spies, anti-vaxxer. Who exactly is Nabil Malazi? This article was originally published in Polish on FRONTSTORY.PL Grey block of flats in Gocław, a Warsaw neighborhood, where apartments serve as business offices […]
The Hungarian government has donated two state-owned companies and a total of HUF 15 billion in state assets to the Foundation for Preserving Built Heritage in Central Europe. The companies and their foreign subsidiaries have accumulated a total of 16 properties in the neighbouring countries.
Adam Hofman was once an influential politician, a member of PiS, Poland’s current ruling party, and now is one of the most recognisable figures in the country’s PR sector. When PiS took power in Poland, his PR agency R4S skilfully positioned itself where the spheres of politics and business meet.