Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban held a meeting with the “three wise men” of the European People’s Party who are supposed to investigate whether the suspended membership of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party should be restored or not.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in an interview to public radio on Friday, said that it was a secondary consideration which European grouping Fidesz belonged to in the future. Continue reading “Orban: Only Hungarians can say what’s good for Hungary”
MEPs of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party have also reelected Manfred Weber as the leader of the European People’s Party group in the European Parliament. Continue reading “Fidesz backs Weber, but not for EC president”
Prime Minister’s Office chief Gergely Gulyas, in an interview to German conservative daily Die Welt published on Tuesday, said he believed Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party was better off remaining a member of the European People’s Party. “The EPP, too, would be better off keeping us,” he told the paper. Continue reading “Gulyas: Fidesz better off in EPP”
The result of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance at the recent European parliamentary election has been “a victory commanding respect”, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public Kossuth Radio on Friday morning. Continue reading “Orban: Fidesz victory commands respect”
The strong mandate that the allied ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat (KDNP) parties received from the voters at last Sunday’s European parliamentary election will be of great help in policy debates in the European Union, the Prime Minister’s Office chief said on Thursday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Strong mandate great help in EU policy debates”
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”