“Soros network still pulling EU’s strings”

Migration and Brussels’ “pro-migration policy” continue to be a threat to member states, despite the growing number of states, heads of government and citizens voicing objections to them, the ruling Fidesz party’s parliamentary spokesman told a press conference on Sunday. Another pro-government lawmaker was accusing the European Parliament of serving George Soros’s interests. Continue reading ““Soros network still pulling EU’s strings””

CoE report criticises Hungarian migration policy

Hungary faced enormous challenges after the massive arrivals of migrants and refugees during 2015 and 2016 but several measures taken to respond to the situation raise serious concerns about the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms of migrants and refugees, a report by the Council of Europe (CoE) Secretary-General’s Special Representative on migration and refugees Tomas Bocek published on Thursday said.  Continue reading “CoE report criticises Hungarian migration policy”

Nemeth: CoE must make a firm stand to protect minorities

The Council of Europe must make a firm stand for the protection of minority language education, since Ukraine’s new education law affects not just a single community but minority education systems in general, the head of parliament’s foreign affairs committee said after talks with the secretary-general of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg on Wednesday. Continue reading “Nemeth: CoE must make a firm stand to protect minorities”