Krisztina Morvai files lawsuit against officials issued permit for the Israeli spy-plane to fly over Hungary

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Krisztina Morvai, took part in the parliament's defence committee discussion over the possible breach of security by officials authorizing two Israeli aircrafts to fly over Hungary, last week.

At the meeting, Ms. Morvai asked several questions from the Minister of Defence and a high ranking military officer about the authorization of the Israeli spy-plane to fly over the country.

It turned out that the Ministry of Defence didn't follow proceedings, laid down by the law. The law requires officials to consult the secret service, before issuing a permit for a foreign aircraft to enter Hungarian airspace. The minster admitted that in this case, no consultation had been made any of those agencies.

Taking into account the seriousness of incident, Ms. Morvai files a lawsuit against those responsible for the breach of security.

(jobbiktv –


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