Regarding press reports that some 300 Hungarians, opposition politicians and journalists among them, were wiretapped using the Israeli-developed spy software, the chief of the PM’s office Gergely Gulyás earlier insisted there were no allegations of unlawful actions in the reports. “If everything was done within the bounds of the law, all is well,” he said. No one was wiretapped because of their political views or because they are journalists, he added.
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Gergely Gulyás said no one was wiretapped because of their political views or because they are journalists.