Fidesz expects Brussels to show more respect for the victims of Communism, Fidesz MEP Tamas Deutsch stressed, speaking in front of Budapest’s House of Terror Museum on Saturday. Continue reading “Fidesz criticises Juncker after Marx speech”
Former European commissioners and Germany’s ex-minister of finance urges Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the European Commission to cut funding to Hungary, according to a letter obtained by Euronews. Continue reading “Former EU decision makers tell Juncker to cut Hungary’s funding”
The European Parliament has started implementing the “Soros plan”, as the EP’s commission on civil liberties, citizenship and home affairs (LIBE) has adopted a report on amending the Dublin Rule, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: Attack against our sovereignty stronger than ever”
In his State of the Union speech Jean-Claude Juncker took notice of the anomaly arising from the gap between the EU’s eastern and western member states, Jobbik MP Marton Gyongyosi, representative of the Citizens’ Committee for a European Wage Union wrote in his statement on Thursday. Continue reading “Gyongyosi: Juncker took notice of the wage gap”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in an interview to public radio on Friday, said he completely agreed with Slovak premier Robert Fico that the European Court of Justice decision to dismiss Slovakia and Hungary’s complaint concerning EU mandatory migrant quotas had to be acknowledged.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban sent a response to Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the European Commission, who on Wednesday dismissed his request to reimburse Hungary for the cost of the border fence. “Hungary should always behave as a country where there are Schengen borders, but for geographic reasons, migrants can only enter the country if they have crossed the borders of the EU in … Continue reading Orban to Juncker: This is not solidarity, this is violence
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto made it clear at his press conference on Wednesday that the decision of the European Court of Justice regarding the mandatory relocation scheme is unacceptable to the Hungarian government. Continue reading “Hungary rejects the EU Court’s decision”