The European Commission’s 2020 country report gives a nod to Hungary’s economic performance
It’s good to finally see a European Commission document that starts with the words “Hungary’s robust economic growth.”Read more
We were called unorthodox. We were accused of being far-right. Then we became the dangerous, new populism before becoming the illiberal populists. Now, they’ve got a new one: it’s anti-Muslim populism in Hungary.
Zoltán Kovács said respecting the basic ideas and practices of Christian culture on which the ethos of the European Union is based is key to fulfilling Hungary’s standpoint on sovereignty and migration.
Minister Varga said the stakes of the upcoming European elections are higher than ever as they will determine whether Europe will have pro-migration leaders or ones who want to defend Christian culture