Gigi Becali sent a letter to the Hungarian member of European Parliament (EMP) who accused him of sending his assistant to vote in his place, wherein he described the claim as false, given he holds relevant evidence, and called on MEP Csanad Szegedi to issue a denial and apologize, Mediafax reports. Becali also informs his fellow MEP that he had contacted the European Parliament structures in charge of the plenum session, and he has the evidence proving the Hungarian MP’s statement as “false” and will use the procedural rules available for the required corrections being made in the session records, but also in order to repair the damage to his image. The Hungarian MEP accused Becali in Thursday’s plenum session of the European Parliament of having sent his assistant to vote for him. The Deputies debated for several hours the resolutions and amendments on the day’s agenda. The session ended with a vote, on which occasion the Hungarian deputy noticed Becali being absent, an adviser of his seating in his chair instead. While, in a statement to Pro TV, Becali did not deny he had been absent from the session, he nonetheless rejected having sent somebody else to vote in his place.