PM Orbán on the double-standards of Brussels: ‘Democracy is stronger today in central Europe than in western Europe’
“The Hungarian national economy has become a powerful and shock resistant economy, one that is able to provide jobs for the people,” Prime Minister Orbán said this morning, commenting on Q3 GDP growth topping 5 percent. In his regular radio interview, the PM talked about the reasons behind Hungary’s economic success, the ongoing national consultation and the affronts coming from Brussels.
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The EP’s “pro-migration majority has gone haywire” over the issue of migration visas, says Fidesz MEP
Deutsch recalled that the EP had discussed a proposal to introduce the so-called migrant visa, but this had failed to receive a majority in the final vote. He said the motion should have been scrapped at that point
Regarding the so-called “migrant visas”, PM Orbán said that “it is rather funny” that a vote on an issue must repeated over and over again until the result seen by bureaucrats as the right one is finally achieved