The CEO of the MOL oil company Zsolt Hernadi has not succeeded in his case at the European court of Human Rights against Croatia.
The court found that Zsolt Hernadi's request was not allowed and the ruling is final because the arguments he provided were not used at Croatian courts and he did not present valid arguments proving that his freedom of movement has been violated.
Namely, Hernadi filed a case against Croatia asking the European Court of Human Rights to protect him from a decision by which he has been ordered to remain in investigative custody and from a European arrest warrant that prevents him from travelling outside of Hungary.
Hernadi is being tried in absentia at the Zagreb County Court under charges accusing him of having to pay former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader, through an intermediary, a 10 million Euro bribe in order to secure management rights in the INA oil company for MOL.
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