Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban indicated in his latest speech that his Fidesz party doesn’t want to leave the European People’s Party (EPP). Despite speculations, press information suggests that the party family is not excluding Hungary’s ruling party either.
The Hungarian government’s migration policy is becoming mainstream in European politics, Fidesz MEP Kinga Gal told Magyar Hirlap. Continue reading “Fidesz MEP: Times proves us right”
According to Le Monde, the majority in the European People’s Party (EPP) considers Fidesz a “difficult” member, but for tactical reasons the exclusion is not on the agenda. The Germans want to keep Viktor Orban in the party family, because for them he is the proof of the “East-West unity”, the French newspaper writes. Continue reading “Orban’s stable position in the EPP”
The fight against illegal migration needs to be completed with criminal measures, while the Hungarian constitution requires an amendment stipulating that foreign nationals cannot be settled in the country, Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said on Tuesday.
„Talking about Christian Democracy is not politically correct anymore, even for some MEPs in Brussels, who are Christian Democrats in their names”, the European People’s Party’s EP deputy group leader Jozsef Szajer told Kossuth Radio. Continue reading “Szajer expects big battles in Brussels”
The people’s parties in Europe should “return to traditional, conservative Christian Democratic values” in the interest of the community’s future, Hungary’s outgoing human resources minister told a roundtable organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the German Economic Club in Budapest late on Wednesday. Continue reading ““Christian Democratic parties must not choose the liberal path””