EP committee sees conflict of interest concerning Trocsanyi’s EC candidacy

The legal committee of the European Parliament (JURI) has established that there is a conflict of interest between Hungarian MEP Laszlo Trocsanyi’s candidacy for EU commissioner and law firm Nagy and Trocsanyi’s receiving orders from the Hungarian state, JURI vice-chairman Sergey Lagodinsky told reporters in Brussels on Thursday.

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Babis hopes the next Commission will be less political

“The European Council should have the most important role, it’s the coalition government of Europe, where all prime ministers and presidents are sitting, they should be the ones who decide,” Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap on the sidelines of the Budapest Demographic Summit. Continue reading “Babis hopes the next Commission will be less political”