March 26, 2019
“We have to show those in Brussels that what happens in Hungary is what the Hungarian people want,” Viktor Orbán has said, vowing to fight unpopular EU efforts to quietly impose mass migration on every country in Europe.
Speaking days after his Fidesz party was suspended by the self-styled ‘centre-right’ European People’s Party (EPP) grouping, following pressure from international NGOs and liberal EU politicians, he stressed that Budapest would continue to defy Brussels in cases where orders from the bloc’s capital are “not good for Hungarians”.
“They are not going to decide in Brussels among the various left-leaning or leftward drifting parties or in the offices of the so-called civic organizations of George Soros what is going to happen in Hungary and in Europe,” the Hungarian prime minister told local media on Sunday.
This article was posted: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 7:02 am