Extremist Gyorgy Budahazy, currently in preliminary detention, and his group of radicals named Hunnia Movement planned a coordinated series of bomb attacks in 2009, Magyar Nemzet daily said on Tuesday.
The paper quoted documents from an ongoing investigation showing that radical nationalist party MP Tamas Gaudi-Nagy and honorary president of the radical Sixty-Four County Youth Movement Laszlo Toroczkai were among the names associated with Budahazy and his group.
After the resignation of Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany in April 2009, the Hunnia Movement started preparing a series of bomb-attacks, the paper said. According to the documents, the group, headed by Budahazy, wanted to prevent this way the appointment of Gordon Bajnai to Prime Minister.
Budahazy called a meeting of the group and instructed them to prepare attacks against properties and homes owned by several MPs of the then governing Socialist Party.