A Romanian suspected of terrorism was arrested in Budapest but the Hungarian police refused to reveal his identity and mentioned that the man was part of an extreme right movement that committed several attacks against socialist Parliamentarians, Romanian television Prima TV informs.
The Romanian was arrested on May 15 during an operation of the Hungarian police. Police representatives declared that the Romanian was planning a bomb attack at the residence of the Hungarian deputy Laszlo Esodi.
Currently the investigation is undergoing and Hungarian police officers did not make public any details. In April, the police arrested another man suspected of opening fire in front of a minister's house and was planning to set a bomb against the same Hungarian deputy, Laszlo Esodi.