Hungarian voters at Sunday’s European Parliament election “expressed clearly that they want a change in Brussels”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in parliament on Monday.
Fidesz alliance with the Christian Democrats won the European Parliament election with 52.14 percent amid a higher-than-projected turnout in Sunday’s vote. Continue reading “Fidesz wins the European election”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban cast his ballot in the European parliamentary election at a polling station in Budapest’s western District 12 on Sunday morning. Continue reading “Orban optimistic on election day”
All “pro-migration” voters will turn up at the ballots for the European parliamentary election, “so let us be there, too”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told commercial Hir TV on Friday, ahead of Sunday’s vote. Continue reading “Orban encourages anti-migration voters to participate”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in an interview to Germany’s Bild on Friday, said he would strive for the success of the European People’s Party. “I want the EPP to win the European Parliament election, but afterwards there will be a debate on the direction it takes,” he told the paper. Continue reading “Orban: I want the EPP to win”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Wednesday met Marc Fromager, the director in France of the Aid to the Church in Need organisation, the prime minister’s press chief said in a statement. Continue reading “Orban: Promoting migration endangers Europe”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday opened a 265 hectar test track for self-driving vehicles near Zalaegerszeg, in southwest Hungary, which the government has funded with a 45 billion forint (EUR 137.9m) grant.