Parliament’s national security committee declared its meeting on the issue of Pegasus, an Israeli spy software, confidential for 50 years, the chairman of the committee said on Monday.
János Stummer, of Jobbik, said Interior Minister Sándor Pintér and Pál Völner, a state secretary of the justice ministry, attended the meeting, as well as four ruling party members of the committee.
Opposition members had proposed setting up an investigative subcommittee, but the majority voted against the motion, Stummer said.
Ugras az eredeti oldalra
Parlt Committee Declares Meeting on Pegasus Spy Software Confidential
Powered by WPeMatico