Government spokesperson: George Soros interferes in the election campaign through NGOs and media outlets
The government spokesperson described the general election on Sunday as a decisive battle in the struggle against Soros’s organizations. "The people may decide whether Hungary will indeed remain a country of the Hungarian people or that of immigrants," he said
Hungary's government spokesperson has said that the Röszke riots two and a half years ago were a coordinated attempt to break Hungary in order to turn it into an immigrant country.
Speaking on Kossuth Radio on Sunday, Zoltán Kovács said that audio recordings prove that forces arranged into an international network seek to dissuade Hungary from its anti-immigration policy.
He added that organizations associated with George Soros interfere in the election campaign through non-governmental organizations and media outlets with an impact on political preferences.
Kovács highlighted that the government must close any legal loopholes that permit the operation of organizations such as these, in particular in light of the fact that in countries including Canada the relevant regulations have been tightened after reports emerged that certain non-governmental organizations sought to influence electors.
The spokesman said the practice is now very evident in Ukraine. He added that it is now a reality that certain circles use all means of manipulation necessary for the realisation of the Soros network’s goals.
Kovács also said there is evidence that proves that these organizations influence the contents of EU and other international reports on Hungary.
The government spokesperson described the election on Sunday as a decisive battle in the struggle against Soros’s organizations. "The people may decide whether Hungary will indeed remain a country of the Hungarian people or that of immigrants," he said.