Opposition Jobbik lawmaker Dániel Z Kárpát called on the government to specify the amount of a “fine imposed by the European Commission” for disputed use of European Union funding and reveal who had received those funds. The total value of invoices rejected by Brussels linked to completed investment projects is estimated to be between 50 billion forints (EUR 150m) and 600-700 billion forints, Z Kárpát said, describing the amount as the “cost of corruption”. Hungary could still access all the funding allocated by Brussels but as a result of the sanctions, the government will have to contribute more than planned from taxpayers’ money, he added. Jobbik expects information on the final amount in question, which projects that the EC has rejected and the “beneficiaries” of the funding, he said. Out of thirty European projects rejected by the EU, eight have been carried out in Hungary, he said, and demanded an explanation why Hungary had the highest number of projects suspected of fraud.