Fidesz to allow MPs to continue using anti-speed-detection devices on cars
Thursday, 13 October 2011 06:58
Governing party Fidesz will allow its MPs to continue using “anti-laser” devices on their cars which block speed cameras, the governing party’s caucus told Index. The portal did a video report on cars equipped with the device parked in front of the Parliament building in which MPs interviewed said they saw no problem with using them, because they were not illegal.
In contrast, caucus leader of the party János Lázár found himself embroiled in a minor controversy earlier this year over the presence of a similar device on his official car.
Source: Politics.hu; Erik D'Amato