He appealed against Molnár and Niedermüller's complaint prosecutor's office and confirmed the previous resolution:
Members of the European Parliament who enjoy immunity before a court or authority – during and after the term of office of a representative – can not be held responsible based on their votes cast
In their statement, they say: "It is misleading for any interpretation that the prosecution has taken a substantial stance on the issue of betrayal in the report." According to the Public Prosecutor, the Central Investigation Prosecutor's Office did not provide any justified grounds for rejecting the report.
"Therefore, the prosecutor did not need to investigate the issue of obtaining the betrayal, as the law's condition in the present case excludes criminal liability."