Prosecutors says Uzhgorod first deputy mayor Istvan Tsap, who is suspected of demanding a bribe from a businessman, possesses Hungarian passport. A source in the law enforcement agencies told this to Ukrainian News Agency. According to the source, Istvan Tsap has fled Ukraine. His son lives and studies in Hungary. Ukrainian law enforcement agencies intend to apply to the Hungarian authorities to confirm the Hungarian passport of Istvan Tsap. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, prosecutors suspect Uzhgorod first deputy mayor Istvan Tsap of demanding a bribe of UAH 40,000 from a businessman for a permit for privatization of a land plot. On 25 January 2017, Istvan Tsap was in Kyiv, but he fled as soon as he learned that his mediator had been arrested.