It’s possible that Hungary’s ruling party will be expelled from the European People’s Party (EPP), but then there will be consequences, Fidesz MEP Gyorgy Schopflin warns in an interview with Nepszava. Continue reading “Can Fidesz join Salvini’s group?”
MEPs of the ruling Fidesz party spoke to Hungarian daily Magyar Idok about the influence of George Soros in the European Union. Continue reading “Fidesz MEPs warn of Soros influence in Brussels”
Hungarian MEPs on Wednesday were divided on the European Parliament’s rejection of a proposal for pan-EU lists of candidates for seats in the EP. Fidesz welcomed the move while the Socialists said such lists would make the bloc stronger. Continue reading “Hungarian MEPs divided over EP’s rejection of pan-EU party lists”
Financial Times published a lengthy portait of Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
Liberal elites also have ethnic consciousness, this is why they show strong opposition to the rights of lingustic minorities, Gyorgy Schopflin said in an interview with Hungarian daily Magyar Idok. The ruling Fidesz party’s MEP sees signs of colonialist arrogance in the behaviour of the liberal attitude, which “considers itself supranational and stigmatises any other way of thinking as populism”. Continue reading “Schopflin accuses European liberalism of colonialist arrogance”
Gyorgy Schopflin, MEP of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party talked about the Visegrad Four, Brexit, European issues, the Hungarian political landscape and relations with Russia to Euractiv Slovakia. Continue reading ““The West really needs bad boys””
MEP of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party, Gyorgy Schoplin discussed migration, George Soros and future scenarios for the European Union in a lengthy interview with Mandiner. Continue reading ““There’s no solution to the migration crisis, only a treatment””