The mendacious Sargentini Report was pushed through by the EP’s pro-immigration majority in order to put pressure on Hungary’s immigration policy, the Justice Minister stated on her social media account on Sunday. Continue reading “Varga: Mendacious Sargentini Report was pushed through by EP’s pro-immigration majority”
“In this polarized era, it seems the truth matters little if it is inconvenient for the purposes of pushing a political agenda,” Justice Minister Judit Varga wrote in an article published on Euractiv. Continue reading “Varga warns of double standards”
Parliament could vote for lifting the state of danger and special legal order introduced due to the coronavirus epidemic within two weeks, the Parliamentary and Strategic State Secretary at the Prime Minister’s Office announced at a press conference held on Tuesday in Budapest. Continue reading “Special legal order to end on 20 June”
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban replied in a letter to President of the European Parliament David Sassoli who invited him to the plenary debate on Hungary to be held in the European Parliament on Thursday, Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief informed the Hungarian news agency MTI on Tuesday. Continue reading “Judit Varga can’t speak at the debate about Hungary”
People who “coordinated the international smear campaign” against Hungary over its corona measures should now “apologise to the Hungarian people”, Justice Minister Judit Varga said, insisting that the European Commission had confirmed the measures were consistent with EU law. Continue reading “Justice minister demands apology for ‘smear campaign’ against Hungary”
Hungary does what all do in Europe, Judit Varga, Hungary’s minister of justice, said in an interview published in the online edition of Die Welt on Sunday. Continue reading “Varga reacts to German criticism”
Justice Minister Judit Varga has called for the implementation of a “Christian conservative climate policy”, in an article published by Brussels-based news outlet Politico on Monday.
The European Court of Human Rights, acting as a secondary court, has ruled that Hungarian authorities violated some rules in the case of two asylum seekers, but said that confining them to the transit zone at Hungary’s southern border was not against the law. Continue reading “Varga: ECtHR makes momentous decision”
Hungary’s Minister of Justice Judit Varga wrote an op-ed for Euronews. Here’s the full text:
The government has decided not to set up a separate system of public administration courts but legislation currently under preparation will make public administration court procedures faster and more predictable, the justice minister said on Thursday.