He was sentenced to eight years in prison in proceedings known as the University of Pécs as a bribery case on Friday, the former Chief Economic Officer of the University of Pécs, accused the prosecutor of bribery, continuous fraud, budget fraud and other crimes, said MTI.
Of the 26 other defendants, three were accused of detention, 11 were accused of being suspended, seven were accused and five were acquitted.
The National Investigation Office (NNI) launched an investigation into the bribery of university management in the spring of 2010, suspected of being a criminal organization, contracting suppliers and services in exchange for money, leaving more than one hundred million forint damage was caused.
The lawsuit started in 2012 at the Pécs Tribunal, the judges of which subsequently expressed their prejudice, so that the Pécs Tribunal had not had any advice that was objectively due to the working relationship with the university teachers. The case was then brought to the Győr Tribunal. (MTI)