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Lazarus lost the case! They lost 252 million Hungarian forints and have to pay an additional 16 million Hungarian forints

Janos Lazar filed a criminal complaint, then promised an internal investigation, financial control, and accountability. In this spirit, the Tennis Federation filed a compensation claim against the former Secretary General and demanded 252 million Hungarian forints from Attila Richter.




The Court of Appeal of Szeged upheld the partial judgment of first instance in all respects, and thus the Hungarian Tennis Federation also lost the compensation claim amounting to 252 million Hungarian forints against the former Secretary General on the second occasion – Report to rtl.hu.

According to them, the association owes Attila Richter 16 months' salary, so he also has to pay approximately 16 million HUF.

Case history: The former president of the MTSZ, Lajos Szűcs (also a member of parliament from the Fidesz party), requested support worth 3.5 billion HUF from the government in 2020. According to his claim, the financial situation of the association was no longer able to pay wages.

Finally the government gave 2.5 billion Hungarian forints for the unification.

After the financial problems became public, Fidesz representative János Lazar took over the management of the association at the request of Viktor Orbán. The last minister filed a criminal complaint, then promised to conduct an internal investigation and adjust the financial and accounting conditions. In this spirit, the association filed a compensation claim against the former Secretary General and demanded 252 million Hungarian forints from Attila Richter.

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However, the court found that this claim was completely unfounded, because according to the ruling, Attila Richter acted based on an oral authorization from the former president and after informing a number of members of the presidency when he signed the settlement contracts, and this was the case. It has not been proven that he has no financial support for the competition.

During the testimony, it was revealed that one of the board members also proposed holding the tournament without state support and with sponsors only. However, at that time, according to testimony in the lower court ruling, Lajos Szoks said:

“You cannot go against the government's leadership and decision, and you cannot organize this tennis tournament. You have to leave it aside.”

According to the court, otherwise the entire case could have been dismissed on the grounds that the Hungarian Tennis Federation was not actually harmed.

According to Attila Richter, the association was fully aware that no violations had occurred.

However, Lazar filed a lawsuit “to intimidate the tennis community.”

Richter told rtl.hu. He added that the statement that the association had a deficit of 3.5 billion Hungarian forints when he resigned from his position was also incorrect.



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