Ákos Hadházy is a non-party member of the Hungarian parliament. Once a member of Viktor Orbán's "Fidesz" party, he is now one of the prime minister's toughest opponents. Hadhazy has made a name for himself in Hungary through courageous and media-effective actions. For the reportage, he travels to the Hungarian-Ukrainian border region to uncover Orbán's dubious dealings there in the course of the European elections. Hadházy finds sparsely populated villages with many empty houses, in which, however, numerous people live on paper. Members of the Hungarian minority from Ukraine are registered here. Because they have an official residence in Hungary, they are entitled to vote in the country. It is reported that in the last parliamentary elections, numerous shuttle buses brought people from Ukraine to vote in Hungary, where they voted almost exclusively for Orbán's "Fidesz" party. Is the same game taking place in the European elections? Ákos Hadházy wants to find out. As one of the most committed opposition activists in Hungary, which is virtually controlled by the media, he is fighting for clarification.