The government has stepped up the alert along Hungary’s southern border in the wake of a recent incident involving illegal migrants on the Bosnian-Croatian border, Lajos Kosa, head of parliament’s defence and law enforcement committee, said in Mohacs, in southern Hungary, on Saturday. Continue reading “70,000 migrants heading for western Europe, Fidesz warns”
Members of the Visegrad Group have demonstrated for the world that illegal migration can be halted, the head of the defence committee of the Hungarian parliament said in Budapest on Thursday. Continue reading “V4 sign declaration on defence cooperation”
The chairman of parliament’s national security committee on Monday convened a meeting for February 21 over “issues of interest to the general public”. Continue reading “National security committee convened again”
Lawmakers of allied ruling Fidesz and Christian Democrats walked out of a meeting of parliament’s national security committee focusing on the “risks posed by the Soros Plan and the Soros network”, on Thursday. The committee’s Socialist head said he would send a letter to US financier George Soros, asking him to provide information about the plan. Continue reading “Orban missed the nat sec cmttee meeting”
Leaders of the Hungarian parliament should not allow the ruling parties to make the operation of the national security committee impossible, the co-leader and prime ministerial candidate of green opposition LMP said on Saturday. Speaking at a press conference, Bernadett Szel said the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance was seeking to boycott the work of the national security committee and ban her from it based on … Continue reading Szel: Fidesz has rebuilt communism
The head of the parliament’s national security committee wants Prime Minister Viktor Orban to speak about the “secret resettlement” of migrants. The Government Communication Center rejected the accusations. Continue reading “National security committee to discuss the “secret migrants””
Bernadett Szel, co-leader of green opposition LMP and a member of parliament’s national security committee, should stay away from a planned meeting of the committee focusing on the “Soros Plan”, the Fidesz deputy head of the committee said on Monday, arguing that Szel and LMP served the interests of US financier George Soros. This can be against the rule of law, because as a member of the committee, Szel cannot be banned from its meetings. The LMP lawmaker wrote on her Facebook page that she can’t be banned from the committee, but if she is, they’ll use every possible legal opportunity.
Continue reading “Fidesz to ban the nat sec committee’s green party member from its meetings”