Hungary's Jarai admits reporting to secret service

HUNGARY - The chairman of the National Bank of Hungary Zsigmond Jarai yesterday protested against publishing his personal data, but today, he gave a statement to a Hungarian newspaper. The report comes from BBC monitoring.

Andras Nagy Gyoergy reported:

[Nagy] Although Zsigmond Jarai, claiming that he considered the operation of the parliamentary investigative committee's work unconstitutional, did not consent to disclosing his personal data, eventually he himself made a statement about his past.


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