Hungary’s chances are good in the fight against the mandatory migrant redistribution quota system because the decision, which would distribute migrants among member states without upper limits, “could be postponed or even changed”, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, Gergely Gulyas, told a press conference on Thursday. Continue reading “Gulyas: We stand a good chance in this fight”
Hungary’s governing Fidesz and Germany’s ruling CDU party have agreed to consult regularly on the future of Europe, Gergely Gulyas, head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said late on Thursday wrapping up a two-day visit to Berlin. Continue reading “Fidesz to regularly consult with the CDU”
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.
Once the stricter Stop Soros law has been passed, the organisation of illegal immigration will be written into the criminal code, head of the prime minister’s office Gergely Gulyas said on Thursday. Continue reading “Gulyas: Organising illegal migration to be punished under criminal code”
Freedom is under threat today as globalisation and the business interests behind it have declared war on the community, resulting in a “tough cultural war”, Gergely Gulyas, head of the Prime Minister’s Office, said late on Wednesday. Stephen K. Bannon, U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign chief, chief strategist and former senior counselor at the White House also addressed the V4 international conference entitled “Future of Europe”. Continue reading “Bannon: Orban was Trump before Trump”
According to Gergely Gulyas, the Minister Heading the PM’s Office, “deviance is flourishing in the European Parliament. They are getting involved in issues which are national competences, and their resolutions have no legal basis”. Continue reading “Gulyas: Deviance flourishing in the EP”
The parliamentary hearings of the fourth Orban government’s minister-elects continued on Tuesday. Continue reading “New ministers warn of migration, bash EU liberals”