The European Parliament’s holding another vote on “migrant visas” is “unacceptable”, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office said on Wednesday, and called the procedure “anti-democratic”. Continue reading “Gulyas: EP vote on migrant visas unacceptable”
The European Commission is likely to initiate an infringement procedure against Hungary on Thursday concerning its recently passed “Stop Soros” package of laws, MTI learnt from EU officials on Wednesday. Continue reading “Fidesz blames Soros for the infringement procedure”
Migration and Brussels’ “pro-migration policy” continue to be a threat to member states, despite the growing number of states, heads of government and citizens voicing objections to them, the ruling Fidesz party’s parliamentary spokesman told a press conference on Sunday. Another pro-government lawmaker was accusing the European Parliament of serving George Soros’s interests. Continue reading ““Soros network still pulling EU’s strings””
It’s unacceptable that foreign-funded organisations support illegal immigration and in some cases even earn money with it, Csaba Domotor, the state secretary of the Cabinet Office told Hungarian daily Magyar Hírlap, after the government submitted the “Stop Soros” legislative package. Continue reading “Govt stands by the “Stop Soros” package”
The group leader of ruling Fidesz said on Thursday that “a confidante” of US billionaire George Soros “has mounted an attack” against the Hungarian government’s new migration-related bill.
Families will get enhanced government support in 2018, which has been declared a year dedicated to families, the state secretary for family, youth and international affairs said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Hungary govt boosts family support”
The ruling Fidesz party will initiate a parliamentary debate about a recent resolution passed by the European Parliament which the party believes paves the way for the implementation of the “Soros plan”, spokesman of the party group Janos Halasz said on Sunday. Continue reading “Fidesz: Wikström report more dangerous than any previous EP resolution”